Join Date: May 2009
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
In the absolute politest way possible, if you cannot even name a basic horse color, do you really think you should be breeding and raising a foal? Your post confused the heck out of me before I figured out that "solid" meant she's only one color.
I assume you're hoping for a bay pinto colored foal so that it will have black, mahogany and white, unlike a black pinto colored foal which would only have black and white, yes?
Based on your very "loose" descriptions, your mare sounds flaxen chestnut and the stallion sounds like a form of chestnut. In which case, chestnut is the only potential option.
As a note, if they're both pintos, I sincerely hope they've been tested for frame overo. In homozygous form, this gene causes lethal white overo which is a guaranteed death sentence for a foal.
I hope God tells her to smash her computer with a sledgehammer.