Just saw your other thread & came to this one. Yes, I would avoid having her shod until her feet are in a good state. I would instead consider investing in a pair or set(they generally only need fronts) of hoof boots, to use when necessary, to protect & support her feet if she's sensitive/thin soled. You can learn more of the principles & factors effecting this at hoofrehab.com
If she is high heeled, this needs to be corrected, but if she's been like that for some time &/or her heels are weak & sensitive, allowing them to be a bit long(up to 1/4" max longer than the sole) and only lowering them gradually shorter over a number of trims is probably a good idea. If her walls are chipping & cracking, this is generally an indication that they are too long, stretched &/or the edges aren't 'rolled'.
Pics would be great if you want more specific info.