Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalists to perform at Hertfordshire County Show

21:18 23 May 2014

Two young girls sit on top of a tractor at last year

Two young girls sit on top of a tractor at last year's Herts County Show

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Stars from the current series of Britain’s Got Talent will perform at the 2014 Hertfordshire County Show this weekend.

Cattle judging in the ABP Cattle Ring at the Herts County ShowCattle judging in the ABP Cattle Ring at the Herts County Show

The Bolddog Lings team, a motorbike aerial display group, will perform a series of death defying leaps and stunts at the show, which takes place this weekend.

The team is currently touring around the UK and have also made it through to the semi-finals of the ITV talent show competition.

They will be appearing at this year’s county show at the Redbourn Showground on Sunday.

Now in its 128th year, the show offers a mix of traditional displays, demonstrations and arena events.

This year’s Grand Ring attractions include Europe’s number one stunt and trick riding team, the Devil’s Horsemen, on Saturday, together with the spectacular Bolddog Lings motorbike aerial stunts on Sunday.

There will also be the ‘Made in Hertfordshire’ marquee offering local food and craft products, the All Human Circus, horticulture marquee, show jumping, Hertfordshire farmyard animals and much more.

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