Picture Of Andrew Ucrow Monument

Picture Of Andrew Ucrow Monument

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Andrew Ducrow

Andrew Ducrow was known as a “king of mimics” and as “the Colossus of equestrians”.S ince the early days he was trained in various circus skill to, in the end, earn these titles.

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