In order to get an appropriate response, we'd have to know more about what color the stallion was. Black and white. Is he tobiano? Is he tovero? Overo?
The stallion to have listed in your horses, you say is a tobiano, but form the markings I see, I don't see tobiano in him. Plus, in your foal results you put overo. If he is tobiano, he can't produce a overo unless he carries the overo gene, which would actually make him tovero, not tobiano. Also depends on what your mare carries. Just because she is solid, doesn't mean that she doesn't have a hidden pattern in her genes somewhere. Do you have both the mare and stallions sire/dam history. Have both mare and stallion been tested for LWOS? If both stallion and mare are carries, there's a chance that the foal could be lethal white.
Also, since the stallion isn't papered, what are your expectations with the resulting foals that you are going to have? Do you plan on keeping them or selling them? The horse economy is horrible right now and if you plan to sell, an unregistered foal, you won't get much for it. Maybe a couple hundred bucks. Even registered horses are going below $1000. Just a thought.
Anyways, there are a lot of questions running through my mind. Could you post more pictures of your stallion, and your mare so we can get an better idea of what we'll be looking at?
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