Thanks everyone for compliments, she is a very special mare to me.
Yes, technically she is a grey, but her base color is grulla, so to me she is a grulla that is going to go grey. And she is registered. AQPA stands for American Quarter Pony Association. She is 14hh and of western type build, which qualifies her for the association. All of her offspring would also be registrable with the AQPA as well. So I wouldn't be breeding a grade horse.
And I have looked, sure I can find similar pedigree, but a pedigree doesn't make a horse, what makes her special is her work ethic, the fact that she was severely abused and still offers kindness, the fact that she is smart and confident.
I'm sorry, I'm didn't put this up to discuss if I should or shouldn't breed her, it isn't something that I look into lightly. I'm simply wanted to see what shortcomings in conformation I was overlooking when I look at her.
Here is what I see, she is slightly downhill, her bone is on the light end, her back is shorter then equal proportions, she toes out in the hind end, but is straight through the hocks.