camelot farm

Camelot:The pursuit of excellence in equestrianism

Standing at stud Wallstreet Blues Hanoverian Stallion

 16.3hh bay Hanoverian foaled April 1996

Athletic correct conformation, effortless movement & awesome babies!

By the outstanding imported Hanoverian Wallstreet Kid (Warkant/ Erina) out of a Prelim Eventer (AHS Main studbook) this horse has performance built into his genes.

His sire Wallstreet Kid, was champion of the East coast stallion performance testing in 1993 placing first in ridability and has been a prolific and influential force in North American sporthorse breeding for many years. His prepotency lives on in his son, Wallstreet Blues, who in turns passes it to his offspring.

His Dam was a Premlim Eventer who was approved by AHS for Main Studbook. Although Blue is fully papered & branded he cannot be licensed as a Hanoverian Stallion as he is not Hanoverian 2 generations back both sides- hence his very reasonable stud fee. Any regestration of offspring has to be done through your mare's breed registry or the American Warmblood Society. We stand him as a stallion in the belief that a stallion should be evaluated by the offspring he produces and what they are capable of.

Blue is a GORGEOUS horse with 3 superb paces. His movement is such poetry in motion- that perfect combination of power, balance & freedom. The whole farm literally stops to watch him when he's turned out whether he's trotting to see his friends, just floating across the paddock or flexing his muscles at the canter- he has amazing power with such balance & smooth lead changes. I never tire of just watching him.


He's very correct in his conformation with good feet too! Shown as a young horse he was placed First at the PVDA Sporthorse Breed show with one of the highest scores of the entire show qualifying him for the East Coast Championships. He was also the highest placed Hanoverian at Devon in his class. He has natural jumping ability & used to jump cross country jumps in our field as a 2 year old when he was turned out just for fun!

He has been easy to train (I bought him when he was 4 hours old) both on the ground & under saddle & was an awesome ride when I was riding him. These days his focus is on breeding & mine is on teaching & judging.

He has consistently thrown big, bold babies with his movement & thinking minds. Some of them are now eventing. Others doing Hunters & Dressage. His coloring is recessive & the majority of babies have been colts.

Our condolances to Pat Limage, owner of Wallstreet Kid, the sire of our stallion. Words cannot heal the hole in our lives that losing such a horse leaves. Our thoughts are with her and we are honored to be part of his legacy.

CONGRATULATIONS to Devi on the relocation of her 2007 Wallstreet Blues gelding to Colorado where he will be eventing. We are looking forward to hearing great things of Wallstreet Future .

CONGRATULATIONS to the owners of Miss Carlisle. By Wallstreet Blues out of a Holsteiner mare Carli came 7th at the East Coast Championships of the Young Event Horse competion against some very stiff competion over 3'7" courses.

 2014 NOW WINNING AT PRELM! Carli recently won at Prelim finishing on her dressage score of 25!

2015 Multiple wins & consistent high placings at Prelim & CCI*

2016 Carli retired sound from eventing & is now winning high score awards in Recognized Dressage Shows at 3rd Level! She is also seen out & about foxhunting & carrying a sidesaddle too. These babies can do it all!



CONGRATULATIONS to Becky in TN on her purchase of Bailey. By Wallstreet Blues out of a TB Hunter Jumper he is now starting in Eventing & catching on fast! We are always thrilled to see our offspring becoming the horses they were bred to be. 2015 saw Bailey move up to Novice Level in Eventing!



CONGRATULATIONS to Susanne on a successful 2012 with Wallstreet Triumph. They got First Place & high scores at every show they went to! By Wallstreet Blues out of a Canadienne mare we're excited to follow him as he grows up.

Whilst many offspring are eventing we just see that as proof of versatility! Bold jumping, courage, soundness & good movement because it takes decent dressage to be competitive in modern eventing. 2015 Saw Triumph started under saddle. Giving him some extra time has allowed him to take it in his stride pretty well.