Thanks Patty, I actually just got a hold of a farrier that does further up in the province and sent photos and he agrees with what you said. He is going to see when he comes down this way that he might be able to give me a second opinion in person. Or if he knows someone, I have choose though not to say who was my past trimmers because I have been criticized about being worried my horses feet which are not continuing to improve.
My curtain farrier won't even tell if this is as far as he can improve them or what to expect from her hoofs, like if they would ever be "normal"? Keep in mind he's trimmed them well over a year now, so the mare has regrown a new hoof at least once.
Don't worry she is moving to a very dry environment and a deeply bedded stall for the winter, and being treated daily for thrust, it just started to appear again after a major rain storm. Not as deep as it looks the crack in her heel is less than a 1/2 cm deep.
If you look on the right front, on the right side/edge there is a bunch of saw dust stuck to it. It's sticking to the stuff stuffed into a cm deep hole/white line disease. It is the only foot with it.