In case you missed them, here are the Top 10 Super Bowl Ads, including three featuring the Budweiser Clydesdales.

And for a behind-the-scenes look at the Budweiser Clydesdales check out the article Larger Than Life: The Budweiser Clydesdales.

Here's an excerpt:

The time required to train Clydesdales to star in commercials varies depending on the roles producers want the horses to play. Generally, four to eight weeks of training is needed. The horses are selected based on availability and are usually young--three to four years old. The company uses three horses as the main "actors," with younger horses playing the "supporting roles." Matt, Marty, and Chris, the main actors, are some of the most recognized horses in the world through their work with commercials that are frequently aired during the Super Bowl.

"During commercial shoots, the production people are never waiting on the Clydesdales," says (Dave Hennen, Manager of Field Operations). "They're always ready to go."

What did you think of this year's Clydesdale spots? As the owner of a horse that will just about turn himself inside out for a cookie (and an emo dog who's sure most of the time that treats are merely a clever ruse in my ongoing plot to kill him), I appreciated the 'fetch' one!