Budweiser Super Bowl commercial 2013: Good moment provided by horse

USA TODAY Sports

Nothing is better than a nice moment between man and his animal.

The Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens lived up to its billing, with the men from Maryland winning 34-31 in an instant classic.

During timeouts, there were also some classic commercials, including one authored by Budweiser.

The best of the Budweiser bunch by far was the spot in which a man raised a Clydesdale horse from birth, helping it along until it finally went to join the others with Budweiser.


Fast forward three years, and the Clydesdales are coming to town for a parade, giving the man an opportunity to see his horse, which he does. Problem is, he doesn't believe his horse saw him, leaving the dejected soul to walk back to his truck.

However, the horse did in fact recognize him and sprints back to his old owner. At the end, they embrace, a great moment in one of the best commercials of the evenings.

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