Join Date: May 2009
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
To produce your best chance of buckskin, she should be bred to a perlino. Breeding to a perlino guarantees a buckskin, palomino or smoky black foal, with buckskin being the highest percentage of the option. Breeding to a double cream (perlino, cremello or smoky cream) guarantees a dilute foal. Depending on whether she or the stud throw agouti, it can be a toss up between a palomino and a buckskin (smoky black is a lot less likely, just as buckskin would have better chances if the mare also carries agouti).
You could also have a chance at a buckskin by breeding her TO a buckskin, but this is a lot less of a guarantee - then you have the option of buckskin, palomino, smoky black, bay, chestnut or black.
Obviously though, color should be the last thing you're breeding for. Perlino is a somewhat "rare" color, you definitely don't see it as commonly as the others, and I think it would be a crying shame to sacrifice conformation just to get a colored foal.
I hope God tells her to smash her computer with a sledgehammer.