Got to be some QH or Welsh or something that has cream in there too. Arabs don't have cream, her sire is the cream one anyway. Never seen it in Clydes and it's very rare in Andalusians (does it even happen? I know it happens in Lusitanos). Both her parents are little but with suspected Clyde blood, the size she is now, and the length of her cannons, I think she'll throw back to the larger ancestry and be a decent sized horse.
She's a very cheeky, pushy little thing. I like bold and cheeky, though, it means character and confidence in herself, which is vital for eventing. She's already filling out to be a solid girly, she has a massive chest for a foal her age.
The bad thing about mixes is that they have pot-luck genetics at the best of times, with throw-backs to the bigger or smaller ancestry. Hard to breed size up or down when you don't know if the resulting foal will throw back to the small or large genetics farther back.
I will try to get a video tomorrow if the weather is acceptable. I hate winter sometimes hahaha and my poor baby doesn't like it much either, she was really uncomfortable this morning when it was wet and windy. I feel bad now for letting her just be a paddock fluff, but I can't afford to replace rugs every couple of weeks because she's growing so fast.