Budweiser Clydesdales make appearance at Kyle Field Wednesday afternoon

Cole Thompson

COLLEGE STATION - Budweiser has been a staple of American beer since its founding in 1876. One of the top-selling products during football season, the company is known for their compelling advertising and marketing scheme that includes the famous Clydesdale horses. 

For students at Texas A&M, they were able to get a front row view towards these majestic animals down at Kyle Field. In partnership with Budweiser, the Aggies hosted the horses Wednesday afternoon in celebration of the 125th football season. 

Students and faculty were greeted for an hour by the horses, with the chance to take pictures and in front of the historic wagon. The Clydesdales had been featured in multiple commercials, including most recently "puppy love" and the "never forget" campaign in following the attacks of 9/11. 

The Clydesdales paraded around the stadium, greeting fans along the way.  Roughly for an hour, fans of the team were able to stop and meet them. Multiple students were seen at the event, taking pictures and spending time near the stadium in preparation for Saturday's matchup against No.1 Alabama. 

The Aggies will take on the Crimson Tide at Kyle Field on Saturday, October 12. The game will be nationally televised on CBS.