Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: South of No-where
I agree with others, she is still very young.
Also, color should be the "icing" on the cake after everything else has been established - conformation, performance, pedigree, temperment, and after all of that, then color. What little you have provided on each stallion and the poor quality pictures, no one can say which one would be the best. We would need conformation shots - of stallions AND your mare, performance records, a sampling of their offspring to see how they produce, etc.
Honestly you could probably pick up what you want from auction way less than even just the stud fee would cost you - forget mare care, vet care, etc. Plus you won't then be risking your young mares life - because breeding does bring risks.