It’s that time of year again! Warm Springs Ranch in Missouri is the official home of the Budweiser Clydesdales, and every year they welcome around two dozen foals into their family. This year, the first of those foals has finally arrived! Her name is Carly, and the Warm Springs Ranch proudly announced her birth via social media. The best part is, they included an adorable video of her first steps.
World, meet Carly, our first foal born this year! 🐎Here she is taking some of her first steps. Who wants to meet her on March 23rd when we open for the season? Get your tickets at www.warmspringsranch.com.
Posted by Warm Springs Ranch on Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Warm Springs Ranch is both a breeding facility and training grounds for the team of impressive Budweiser Clydesdales. Carly is joining a long line of big, beautiful, and famous horses. The iconic Budweiser Clydesdales travel the country making real-life appearances and filming commercials. They advertise for their sponsor, but they also educate the public about how to care for horses, especially horses of their size and strength.
Carly won’t join her relatives pulling a beer-filled wagon (those horses are all males), but she will be a big part in educating the community about her breed. Warm Springs Ranch welcomes visitors to their grounds from March through November. They have several different tour options, and if you want, you can get up close and personal with the big beauties that call the farm home. You can tour their luxurious living arrangements and talk with Clydesdale handlers. Visitors 21 and up even get to sample the beer the Clydesdales are so good at advertising.
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Little Carly will grow up at the huge farm complete with a picture-perfect red barn and over 300 acres of pasture for her to run and play. And soon enough, Carly will have more than a few friends her own age to play with. The handlers at Warm Spring Ranch take excellent care of the herd, and each foal is given individual attention and training. It won’t be long before this little girl is turning heads everywhere she goes.
Featured image screenshot via Facebook/Warm Spring Ranch