How would the registry ever know that you bred your mare to a different breed of horse? Especially if the foal is not able to be registered.
If I had a fjord, I would be tempted to outcross for a fjule. They are stunning. As long as there is a market for the foals, I doubt it matters if they have papers or not. I'm sure there are people out there willing to spend the $$$$ to buy a fjule.
I don't know what the population of Fjords is, but I would start to worry about too much inbreeding... That Fjordaloosa is stunning too.
I wonder if you could cross breed for sport horses/ponies?
All AWS sport horses are evaluated on their own qualities and/or performance records. The AWS is open to all breeds of horses and ponies. Whether previously registered (would be recorded with AWS) or non-registered as long as the horse is breeding, training or participating in one of the four disciplines that the AWS supports (Dressage, Eventing, Jumping or Combined Driving).
Eligibility for Registration
To be eligible for registration a horse can be of any breed or combination thereof. The sire and dam is not required to be registered for the offspring to be registered.