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Clydesdale star of Super Bowl ad is newborn foal

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  • A young Clydesdale foal walks around the feet of her mother at Warm Springs Ranch on Wednesday in Boonville, Mo. The foal, born Jan, 16 at the ranch, ...

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    A young Clydesdale foal walks around the feet of her mother at Warm Springs Ranch on Wednesday in Boonville, Mo. The foal, born Jan, 16 at the ranch, is the star of a Budweiser commercial set to air during Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday.

BOONVILLE, Mo. -- For decades, Anheuser-Busch has used its famous Clydesdales in Super Bowl ads for Budweiser. The latest star is barely two weeks old.
A foal born Jan. 16 at Anheuser-Busch's Warm Springs Ranch near the mid-Missouri town of Boonville is featured in an ad that will appear in Sunday's game between the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers and AFC champion Baltimore Ravens.
The 60-second ad chronicles the bond a Clydesdale foal shares with his trainer. The foal was just a week old when the ad was filmed.
It marks the 23rd Super Bowl ad featuring the Clydesdales.
Budweiser recently launched its first-ever Twitter account, using the occasion to tweet the first photo of the newborn.
Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/WD8oEz
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