Budweiser Clydesdales are famous all over the world for their beauty and their magnificence. Even right now I am certain you have a picture of one of those big horses in your mind.
These horses are renowned for their famous beer roots in St. Louis nowadays, but these gentle giants are actually from the beautiful pastures of Scotland.
Here in the United States, if you’re a Clydesdale, you would want to live at the Warm Springs Ranch. It’s got it all. Warm Springs Ranch is a breeding farm for the Budweiser Clydesdales, resting on 300-plus acres of lush, rolling hills in the heart of Missouri.
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Established in 2008, the Warm Springs Ranch sounds more like a fancy spa for horses than a farm. These Clydesdales enjoy a good life. The ranch features a mare/stallion and foaling barn, veterinary lab and 10 pastures, each with a customized, walk-in shelter.
John Soto, the supervisor of the ranch, is in charge of 70 of these beautiful horses. Soto has many responsibilities. One of these responsibilities is to be a breeding and birthing coach for the Clydesdales.
The horses that are chosen to feature for Budweiser get the chance to pull the three Budweiser Clydesdale hitches that travel all over the country. You are going to be entranced when you see this “behind the scenes” look at the world’s favorite horses.