From the looks of the pictures, yes, pull those shoes as fast as you can! Also, I agree with everything that was said about what needs to be done to your horses hooves and I would just like to add that the bars are too long as well. They need to be brought back to about the midpoint of the frog. Right now, they almost at the tip of the frog and are laying over on the sole of the hoof. Careful when you bring it back though, with the bar laying over like the that the sole cornium cannot actually create sole horn so you may hit blood there - but that is okay, within hours, sole will start to grow anyways.
The frog could actually be brought back a little too and trimmed down near the point. You have to make sure that there is concavity there so the coffin bone has room to decend upon weight bearing. Right now everytime your horse puts weight on that hoof, the coffin bone comes down and the hoof walls cannot expand because they are fixated in one spot due to the shoe. Hoof mechanism needs to be restored sooner better than later.
As for trimmers in your area - sorry dear - I'm from Canada, can't help you but the internet sure can! Google Jamie Jackson, Pete Ramey, James Welz, Dr. Strasser. All of these trimmers/advocates have websites that will help you find trimmers in your area!
Good Luck and keep us posted!
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