Well the new farrier came today for the first time in years he saw the issues all the others never saw. He fixed what he could first trim flares over grown bars. Backed up heels well as much as he dare.
Heels were high so didn't want to change angle to fast all at once. He noticed the deep sulcus thrush said the treatments were keeping it from getting worse.
Will come back in 5 weeks. Said 8 weeks is to long inbetween trims and with issues going on they need to be done more often. So I think for first time in years iv got a good farrier. He saw the problems with out me pointing it out. My horse is squaring off all four hoofs so he did some thing to hopefully remedy that. If still a problem has some more ideas on what to do.
He won't put shoes on till hoofs are in a healther state . Thinks we might be able to go barefoot or maybe just front shoes once hoofs are healthy again.