Hard to tell from the pictures, but is the apex (tip) of the frog a loose tag, or is the entire frog rotated/twisted? Is that just on the front right foot, or both?
It's interesting to me that the medial heel grows back faster than the rest of the foot - this makes me think that the horse needs that extra growth there. By trimming a horses foot to look a certain way (or so that it doesn't toe in or out, etc), you can actually do more harm than good. Rarely is it just the hoof capsule that is affected in a crooked limb - by changing the shape and structure of the foot, you are affecting the bony column, as well as all of its ligaments, tendons, soft tissue, etc.
The heels look quite long. Ideally, you want the heels to terminate at or near the last weight bearing surface of the frog to create a wide base of support at the back of the foot to encourage heel-first landings. Are any of these farriers in your area? ELPO Membership List - Farriers