Driver of the Budweiser Clydesdale hitch, Dennis Knepp, sits high atop the wagon along with 'Brady' the Dalmatian while leading eight Clydesdales on a public tour around the Anheuser-Busch tour center parking lot in Ft. Collins Wednesday afternoon. The An : News Photo

Driver of the Budweiser Clydesdale hitch, Dennis Knepp, sits high atop the wagon along with 'Brady' the Dalmatian while leading eight Clydesdales on a public tour around the Anheuser-Busch tour center parking lot in Ft. Collins Wednesday afternoon. The An

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Driver of the Budweiser Clydesdale hitch, Dennis Knepp, sits high atop the wagon along with 'Brady' the Dalmatian while leading eight Clydesdales on a public tour around the Anheuser-Busch tour center parking lot in Ft. Collins Wednesday afternoon. The Anheuser-Busch West Coast traveling hitch got a break from a strenuous travel schedule Wednesday to strut their stuff after returning from Los Angeles after filming a Super Bowl commercial. Hundreds of horse lovers gathered to get a rare glimpse of the team that used to be based in Ft. Collins, but now their stables and training program resides in New Hampshire. Andy Cross,The Denver Post (Photo By Andy Cross/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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Driver of the Budweiser Clydesdale hitch, Dennis Knepp, sits high atop the wagon along with 'Brady' the Dalmatian while leading eight Clydesdales on a public tour around the Anheuser-Busch tour center parking lot in Ft. Collins Wednesday afternoon. The Anheuser-Busch West Coast traveling hitch got a break from a strenuous travel schedule Wednesday to strut their stuff after returning from Los Angeles after filming a Super Bowl commercial. Hundreds of horse lovers gathered to get a rare glimpse of the team that used to be based in Ft. Collins, but now their stables and training program resides in New Hampshire. Andy Cross,The Denver Post (Photo By Andy Cross/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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