I don't think you really understand how much breeding costs. The actual stud fee is peanuts compared to pregnancy vet visits, ultrasounds, breeding soundness exams, prenatal shots, testing for diseases of mare and stallion, gelding the foal if a colt, registering the foal, and vet care for the mare and foal should something go wrong. When you do it correctly, breeding costs thousands. The stud fee is a drop in the bucket.
Breeding is a crapshoot. You could get the best traits from each parent or the worst. When your sire and dam are mediocre at best, even if the foal miraculously received the best traits from each parent, he will still be a very average horse. In my mind, it is incredibly irresponsible to bring a horse into the world with no advantage over other horses at having a good quality of life.
Your mare has not done anything to warrant breeding her. The stallions are not breeding material, and there is no purpose for this foal past what you can pick up at a local auction without creating another mouth to feed.
Please just think this over. Breeding should be left to the experts and the horses that have excellent conformation and have proven themselves without a doubt in one area or another, be it showing, ranch work, etc.