|Photos courtesy of Budweiser / Warm Springs Ranch|
There’s a baby boom in
Dedicated staff is on site around the clock to ensure the baby Clydesdales are welcomed into the world in comfort and safety. Warm Springs Ranch features a 25,000-square-foot breeding barn with a veterinary lab and 10 pastures, each with a customized, walk-in shelter and free-flowing water dispensers. The farm sits on 300-plus acres of land, allowing the Clydesdales plenty of room to exercise and roam.
The Warm Springs Ranch herd includes “La Russa,” pictured top, far right, one of last year’s new arrivals who was named after Cardinals manager Tony La Russa following his team’s World Series victory last November. La Russa is a yearling now and looks to be the perfect
Those Clydesdales born with the proper markings for a Budweiser Clydesdale – a bay coat, a blaze of white on the face, four white stocking feet, and a black mane and tail – have a future spot on one of the traveling hitches.
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