If you have watched any Super Bowl ever, you know how big these horses are!

It was a tough rescue for a crew in Pennsylvania when they had to help 2 Clydesdale horses get out of the frigid waters of a pond.

According to Metro Source News:

Gunther and Wilhelm, two 15-hundred pound Clydesdales, were discovered with their heads sticking out of the frigid water of Pine Grove Lake at Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm in Stroudsburgh, about 45 minutes north of Allentown.  The two horses broke through the ice into ten feet of water about 100-yards from shore.

It took about an hour for the horses to be rescued.  The horses are expected to be just fine!


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