You might get a little teary when watching Budweiser’s early-released Super Bowl ad starring the classic Clydesdale horses.Called “Brotherhood,” the ad explores the relationship between a trainer and his Clydesdale foal.
And according to Clydesdale operations GM Jeff Knapper, “this newest member of the Budweiser Clydesdale family was 7 days old on the day this part of the Super Bowl commercial was filmed. A star was truly born on Jan. 16.” Budweiser’s first-ever tweet actually asks followers to crowdsource the foal’s name.
The Anomaly-created spot was directed by Ridley Scott’s son, Jake. And if you recognise the trainer, that’s because he played Neil Armstrong in “Transformers.”
Even though the Clydesdales have appeared in 23 Super Bowls since 1986, this is the first time a big game spot has been released before the game. Watch below and let us know what you think:
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