yup, your farrier sucks. Aside from the long toes on both fronts, the angles in the front are also uneven and definite flaring on the "pancake" foot. That foot probably would be fine with proper trimming, BTW. No wedge pad needed, IMO.
The club is what it is, but needs to follow the original growth IMO. Doesn't matter what the "old growth" is. You can't change the natural growth angle.
The backs also have issues. I think that the toe is actually too short on the right hind and possibly on the left. The hell is heading to hell on both and the quarters are likely too high. See how the coronet line is wavy? It shouldn't be. It should be a nice clean straight line. Waviness is indicating uneven pressure on the walls.
I agree: don't wait. Find another farrier.