If your mare is a palomino or buckskin your foal is, considering the blue eyes (and pink skin?), pretty sure a cremello or perlino by receiving a dilution gene from the stallion (palomino) and the mare (palomino or buckskin).
If your mare is dark brown/alomost black, but one of her parents was a palomino or buckskin, she may carry the dilution gene without showing it (="smokey black").
Either way cremellos and perlinos carry the double dilution on a sorrel (red) or bay base color, sometimes it's only with DNA testing possible to tell them apart, sometimes the perlino has a honey to rost colored mane and tail.
Good news - if your mare is a plain sorrel or bay horse the foal cannot be a cremello or buckskin, but is probably an outcrop (extrem sabino) and you can double register it with AQHA and APHA ...
Would love to see a picture
Unfortunately you are not alone with your low opinion about cremellos/perlinos - I went to a top notch sale, they had a very nice Cremello, well broke for ranch and team roping, good (!) looking horse - except the color. no-saled for $800, horses like him, even sorrels, sold for $6000 and higher.
On the other hand - I sold a 2year old Cremello only for his color, and he was a duck-ugly horse!