If you do breed her (and I'm in the 'don't breed' boat personally but also realize its your choice), make sure that the stallion has a very strong topline, back, coupling, and hip since hers are lacking. She's a nice enough mare but you already have a 50% chance of her baby being long backed. Optimally you don't want it as long as hers, and you REALLY don't want it longer than hers is- which could happen with a long stallion. What is the cross going to be?
(by the way guys...THIS FILLY. OMGGGG https://www.blm.gov/adoptahorse/hors...mygalleryview=
. If I was in a place where I could buy a horse right now and have it trained, this one would be the one for me. Short, big white blaze, built like a tank, and with a silver tail? Yes PLEASE.)