I'm sorry, but I still believe you are thinking about this backwards. "Cropout" is a term used by Quarter Horse breeders to describe a horse that can't be registered because it has too much white on it, even though both of its parents are registered. "Cropping" in this sense means to cull, remove from the program, because of something considered undesirable. Paint registration is a fall-back plan for animals that are "cropped out" by either the QH or TB registrations because the breed standards don't allow more than a certain amount of white on the legs and/or face (body white isn't allowed in any amount).
Paint horses are horses with TB or QH ancestry, with pinto markings. In pinto terms, a horse with markings like your mare's is referred to as "minimal white," or "minimal expression." "Crop out" is not a term that is used to describe anything about a pinto pattern. Animals eligible for Paint registration must either have parents that are registered Paints, or be an animal with registered QH or TB parents that has too much white to qualify for the parents' registry.
It is possible to breed 2 pintos together, and get an animal that only has a little bit of white on the face/feet. If the parents of a so-called solid foal are both registered Paints, the solid can then be registered as a "breeding stock" Paint.
Are both of your mare's parents registered QH's? If that is the case, then she is a "crop out," because she clearly shows white where the QH registry doesn't allow it.
There are no guarantees when it comes to breeding pintos. I have seen some wild patterns come from some minimally marked parents. I have also seen loud patterns throw foals with no white at all! When breeding pintos, it is critical to be sure that at least one parent doesn't carry the LWO gene. There are few things more heartbreaking than to go through all the work, worry and expense, only to get a foal that must be put down before it dies in agony due to a lethal gene combination.