I really won't be breeding, someone would bring the stallion over to my place or the mare over there.
Then you would be breeding, wouldn't you. It doesn't matter where the breeding takes place, whether the stallion is pasture bred or bred in hand, the fact is YOU will be breeding YOUR mare.
I wanted to breed not just the color but some rare color are worth a like in a horse. I wanted to breed for many reasons.
Even though you seem to have a very difficult time, putting a complete sentence together, by what you say, I suspect you are trying to produce something of a rare colour, which might in your estimation, be worth more to sell, than a horse of chestnut or bay, for example. So far, you have not given us any indication of other reasons you are planning to breed.
Are you planning to keep the foal? If so, what dicipline are you hoping he or she might be leaning towards? What do you do with your mare? What type of horse is the stallion? Have you listed all the faults your mare possesses and is the stallion correct, where she is not? What faults does the stallion possess? Is your mare correct where he is not? Do you know the pedigrees of both horses in question and know something about many of the horses therein?
I'm not sure, by what you have said, that the stallion and mare are even the same breed. If not, why are you breeding a crossbred and what will this breeding produce, that a purebred would not?
I tend to think by your messages here, that you are very young. I'd suggest spending the next year, attending to school and doing a great deal of homework regarding horses, breeding, genetics, colour genetics and a whole lot more.
If you think this harsh, there's a good reason for it. We unfortunately, have had to rescue many horses in the past, who were bred by unknowledgeable people. Breeders who produced horses without the first bit of real knowledge or understanding, about what it really takes to produce the next generation of equines. Those of us who rescue, have to pick up the pieces, left by irresponsible breeders.