Thanks for the replies guys. I wasn't able to get more pics today but I will for sure tomorrow morning.
I'm definitely not tryin to "change" her clubbed foot. Cutting the heel down is what has always been done over the last two years. I've been trusting my farriers to know what to do as I have mentioned I am certainly no expert. *knock wood* it has never caused her an issue and in fact she always seems more comfortable after it is lowered. When the heel gets very high she starts "stepping up". Nothing dramatic but knowing her stride it is noticeable to me.
As I mentioned my biggest concern is her pancaked foot and getting that corrected.
Kayella - I have never noticed any soreness in her shoulder. I will get more pics tomorrow morning and will include shots of her soles.
I have already started looking for a new farrier and trying to get some recommendations. Unfortunately I cannot use the one that most people at my barn use as he charged $200+ for a full set and I simply can't afford to do that. I used to have just two shoes on her but because the place I board is so rocky her hind feet were getting all chewed up and she was beginning to have hardly and foot left. Posted via Mobile Device