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Love Horses?? Ride a Clydesdale Right in New Jersey

Did watching the Super Bowl have you itching to meet a Clydesdale in person? You can!


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We all watched that cute Bud commercial with the puppy and the Clydesdale during the Super Bowl (if you missed it, watch it now) and loved that stampede of beautiful horses. And now that we see cute pictures of baby Clydesdales being born at Budweiser's Arizona farm, we're itching to get an up close and personal with one of these gorgeous horses (and so are the kids). Since a trip to Arizona is a little out of our budget, its great to know we can meet them right in Long Valley, NJ.

Willow Grove Farm has Clydesdales you can actually ride. They may not be the official Budweiser ones, but we're sure when the kiddos see one of these giant horses in person, they won't know the difference. If you aren't into riding them, or the kids are too little, opt for a horse drawn wagon ride (call for pricing). If you do want to hop on a horse, guided trail rides  are $70 and can be geared to beginner riders.

They are open year round, but you'll need to call first to make an appointment.


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