Well-known Ossetian circus horse rider of the beginning of XX century.
Agube Gudsov was one of the first Ossetian “Dzhigits” who brought the equestrian art to a professional circus stage. He established many feats and some of them are still unique even for the modern performers.
In 1908 A.Gudsov with support of the dominant circus promoter Truzzi moved to Europe. He performed in many countries earning unreserved admiration of audience.
He also wrote a book “The Princess Biaslantt: A Caucasian story” which was published in 1926.
Later on he got blind and died in England (February 18, 1968 aged 88).
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