First, don't get in a hurry to see a lot of changes. Time is your best friend on this.
Next, when she walks, how does she land? Is she stubbing her toe in the dirt, or landing heel first or at least flat? How she's moving will tell you a lot about what you need to do, even if it's just doing what you are already for a while longer.
What I see that I DO like, is there isn't a lot of flaring, nor is there a pancake flat foot. You might even be snubbing back the toe a tad more than necessary on the hinds, or does your horse drag her toe to make them "bullnosed" on her own? At any rate, the hinds look okay, angle wise.
For the fronts, it looks like you do have a bit too much heel, and it is shooting forward on you instead of widening out to let the frog get enough contact, which may very well be why you struggled with thrush, but that could be the chicken/egg scenario.
So, if I were you, I'd probably bevel the heels down a little. Just about 1/16th of an inch to start with, then make sure your bars aren't sticking out above the hoof wall, and leave it at that for now. In about a month, check to see if there's any sole starting to shed in the seat of corns, and if so, take the heels down a tad farther, maybe another 1/16th of an inch.
The reason I suggest this, is by looking at the collateral grooves, the sole appears to have more than enough depth at the heels, too much, in fact, and that is really what's raising your heels up. She also appears to have adequate depth at the apex of the frog, so you shouldn't be risking a sole bruise in that area as long as you don't trim the sole or over shorten the toe walls. Just maintain the toe as it is, and only lower the heels.
Clear as mud? If you need me clear that up, PM or email me.