Thank you both for your replies! I have already canceled my next appointment and put in calls to two new farriers that were recommended by the feed store and another boarder.
Northernmama, after reading your comment on her hind feet I did notice today that her right hind is shorter than her left hind. I also see what you mean about the coronet band being wavy though i'm not sure I understand how that is corrected.
Roux, thank you for the compliment. The lady doing her feet is very nice and I thought maybe she just needed some help "thinking outside the box" but it seems like i'm just better off finding someone new. It's good to hear the problem(s) shouldn't be too difficult to fix.
I'm curious.. in general, how is it determined if a club is a "true club" or if it is something that has developed through injury or eating habits?
I've never tried equine massage but am absolutely open to it! Over the past couple of days i've really noticed how "jammed up" her left shoulder seems to be and how much higher it does appear than the right when i'm in the saddle. I think massage could definitely benefit her so I will start researching some techniques that could help club feet!
As far as going barefoot.. i'm not opposed to the idea but I am slightly hesitant just due to the huge amount of rocks where I board. About a year and a half ago (at a different boarding facility) I did try to go barefoot but the toe on the clubbed foot was getting too worn down and she was becoming a little short strided. Once we put the shoes back on she was fine. I did however really like how much her heel on the clubbed foot expanded. With all that being said.. it was with the same farrier and maybe going barefoot could be better with a new farrier.
Also, not sure if this information is needed but I ride her typically 5-6 days a week, 1/2 hour to 1 1/2 hours each ride.