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THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Clydesdales, Clements memorial, beer festival

Sunday, April 7, 2013 | 5:45 p.m. CDT; updated 6:49 p.m. CDT, Sunday, April 7, 2013
Clydesdale foals, Stan, left, and Hope, graze in a field at Warm Springs Ranch in Boonville on Monday. Hope, who recently starred in Budweiser's Super Bowl commercial, is destined to be a brood mare, while Stan has a bright future as a hitch gelding used to pull the Budweiser wagons, farm manager John Soto said.

COLUMBIA — Missourian photographers captured Patriot Riders escorting the family of Tom Clements to a memorial in his honor, Clydesdale foals and the Missouri Beer Festival.

In this photo by Greg Kendall-Ball, Clydesdale foals, Stan, left, and Hope, graze in a field at Warm Springs Ranch in Boonville on Monday. Hope, who recently starred in Budweiser's Super Bowl commercial, is destined to be a brood mare, while Stan has a bright future as a hitch gelding used to pull the Budweiser wagons, farm manager John Soto said.

At Friday's memorial service for Tom Clements, photographer Peter Marek captured Patriot Guard Riders arriving at the Woodcrest Chapel. On March 19, Clements was shot and killed at his home in Monument, Colo. Before moving to Colorado, Clements was the director of the Missouri Department of Corrections.

Hickman senior Ben Welch throws a pitch in the first inning of the game against Eureka in this photo by photographer Amy Stroth. Hickman won the game 14-13 Friday in the Capital City Baseball Invitational in Jefferson City. 

Edward Czebrinkski wears a pretzel necklace he made at the Missouri Beer Festival on Saturday in the Parkade Center in this photo by photographer Sarah Ng. Czebrinkski made necklaces for himself and his friends so they could eat something while at the festival.

In this photo by photographer Amy Stroth, former Missouri wide receiver Jeremy Maclin raises his arms to the crowd after coming in second place in the home run derby at his Mizzou Legends Charity Softball Game on Saturday at Taylor Stadium. Maclin left Missouri after his junior year for the NFL in 2009 and was drafted in the first round by the Philadelphia Eagles.

Xzvaire Neal, 8, readies himself for the start of the final round of egg hunts at the Annual Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt at Stephens Lake Park in this photo by photographer Elizabeth Cardwell. The event had multiple rounds for different age groups.

In this photo by photographer Greg Kendall-Ball, Illinois baserunner Will Krug dives back into first base ahead of a throw to first baseman Josh Lester on Tuesday at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.

Missouri fans watch the Missouri vs. Illinois baseball game in an empty Busch Stadium in St. Louis on Tuesday in this photo by photographer Greg Kendall-Ball. Total attendance was 625 in a stadium that seats more than 46,000 people.

In this photo by photographer Sarah Ng, Lucas Roberdds, 5, blows a cotton ball to the finish line at the booth at called "Therapeutic Play: Cotton Ball Soccer" on Saturday at the Reynolds Alumni Center. This activity was organized by Mizzou Adventures in Education. There were indoor and outdoor activities geared toward children.


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