Firstly, What are you looking for in a foal?
Secondly, you need to assess your mares faults...and find a stallion that will counteract them.
Thirdly, If I had your mare, I'd cross her to something NOT TB. I'd look at a Hanoverian, or Irish Draught, or something a little thicker, with bigger bone and a stallion that can add some substance to her. Alot of TBs have the same faults, too long of pasterns, long back, steep shoulder, fine boned, lean muscle...etc.
Lastly, I don't like any of those stallions you posted. Look at their legs, almost all of then are fine boned, tied in at the knee, have long pasterns, long backs, high hocks, STEEP shoulders, etc. The first thing I look at on a TB is their legs. If the legs aren't good, I don't care what the rest looks like. (Granted I'm on my phone...and only looked quickly through...But the only one I do kind of like is the first one. And I cannot judge conformation off of that picture)
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