If the stud was really a smoky black.. Lets say he was-- the very first foal (who is obviously classic champagne) would instead be a palomino, since that mare was what the OP says to be 'liver chestnut'
Unless the mare was smoky black as well. Which I, and others believe she is. Then this foal could easily be a double dilute.
I'm going with classic champagne, whitch is black based, and if the mare is 'smoky black' then I'm going with classic ivory.
Then you have obviously not seen a classic champagne, or classic cream foal.
Because this is a Classic champagne foal.
Now, unless I'm mistaken that looks nothing like the foal in question.
And neither does this classic cream.
Look at how dark the mane and tail are.
'Smoky cream' horses look similar to a perlino.. This horse does not look perlino, or anywhere close..
However the foal in question DOES look like these perlino and smoky creams.
Just throwing it out there, the mare y'all are callin 'smoky black' is a tri color.
Tri color is just a descriptive term and can describe any mulitude of colors. And if you honestly use "tri-color" to describe a horses color, no wonder you are getting into disagreements with people about color. Because you aren't even using proper terms.
the first foal in picture is definitely classic.
If you think the foal is classic, then see above. You obviously have no idea what you are talking about if you think it looks classic.