Firstly, it's good to see good hoof pics - that helps a lot
But a couple of different on-angle pics of the soles would be helpful, because it's difficult to tell from straight-on pics as to sole depth, etc.
I don't believe it's a good move to do any big trimming/sudden changes to hooves fresh out of shoes, so I would possibly have not done anything more to those feet last week, even though they obviously need it. Because of this, I would however, want to book the next trim sooner rather than later - your horse could do with a trim now for eg.
So, what I am seeing is quite high heeled & stretched forward feet. Backs appear mostly pretty good, just a bit stretched at the toes. The 'clubby' right fore is more upright while the left is run/crushed forward, but still about as long. The clubby foot appears to be more flared forward but the other one looks, from examining the 'landmarks' underneath to look just as forward. I think the farrier is right that it could be a 'conformational' thing that she is so upright, as in it is not just her hooves but her body, so lowering heels very gradually in conjunction with a good bodyworker would be what I'd suggest. I'd also back up those toes a heap, to keep 'breakover' back where it should be, which will take care of the flare on the right one.