The perfect part about this amusing ad is that it terminates with an amusing line  

For Pittsburgh Steelers fans, the 2006 Super Bowl will be remembered as the time the team won its fifth championship.

The television commercials for the Budweiser Clydesdales are perhaps the most treasured memory of all.

Budweiser Clydesdales are nothing but American hooves. The horses made their debut in 1933.

For Anheuser-Busch, it was a special method to express gratitude to the nation for lifting the ban.

For years, the company has sent crews of these giant, mighty horses on tour around the country in order to promote the company’s flagship product, Budweiser beer.

If you’ve seen Budweiser Clydesdales in person, you know they’re more than just hauling horses.

You don’t see horses like that frequently. In ancient times it was an absolutely different story.

Extremely mighty horses such as the Clydesdale were usually used for heavy agricultural work, carrying heavy loads such as coal, and beer.

Clydesdales are instantly recognizable not only by their massive size (they weigh a ton) but by their special coat as well as huge hooves as well.

In a 2006 Super Bowl advertisement, the young colt had a desire to be in the action, not just let the older horses get all the glory.

So, he jumped into the barn and put his head through the yoke of a Budweiser wagon.

Initially, his attempts to pull the wagon are completely futile.

He is a tiny horse this is a big car. But he soon manages to move it. The perfect part about this amusing ad is that it terminates with an amusing line.

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