Cossacks were adventurers who lived in Southern Russia during the 16th and 17th centuries, and became renowned for their spectacular horsemanship.
So valued was their horsemanship that in the service of the Tsars they were allowed a degree of self government and excused from paying taxes in return for supplying scouts and mounted soldiers.
As horsemen they were fast and daring and noted for their distinctive dress of tunics, high boots and sheepskin hats.
The Horses Impossible riders amaze audiences as they Roman ride two horses, or hang upside down swinging from side to side, or form pyramids of riders on a trio of horses and all at breathtaking speeds! Great courage and athletic ability is needed for this great performance, offering a great mix of fun and entertainment
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