Clydesdales Return in Wonderful 2013 Budweiser Super Bowl Commercial

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterFebruary 1, 2013

Budweiser brings back the famous Clydesdales in a Super Bowl commercial featuring a pint-sized foal one lucky fan will name. 

And not a dry eye will be left in the house. 

If you are looking for a commercial to tug at the heart strings of every person watching Super Bowl coverage on Sunday, consider this one, which pretty much rips at the heart strings with a force you can't resist. 

It's the classic tale of man raises foal, man sees foal grow into an adult Clydesdale, only to see it shipped off to represent Budweiser proudly. 

Years later, the man happens upon his old friend in a parade and suffers just the tiniest notion of anguish that he can't be closer. 

The Clydesdale later rips free and runs down the man he completely remembers from years prior, just to say hi.

And that is pretty much when you excuse yourself from the room because the damn buffalo wings are making your eyes well up. 

In an added bonus, Budweiser is giving you more than just a rip-roaring hangover. You get a chance to name the foal who features so adorably at the start of what should be America's favorite commercial this Sunday. 

Just tweet at them with your suggestion using the hashtag #Clydesdales. We would love to see your completely serious and not immature suggestions below. 

Now, if you need me, I will be off looking at pictures of my childhood pet. 

Hit me up on Twitter for more emotional outpourings. 

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