I found some pictures from when the same farrier first started shoeing my horse if anyone is interested... correct me if i'm wrong but I personally feel like her feet have just gotten worse as time went on..
The have. Seriously bad now. The fact the farrier set the toe of the shoe on the club foot forward began the process of making it so bad now it looks foundered (similar to a foundered foot mechanically but not the same cause) . The heels are too long on the low foot with toe flare. The toe too long on the club foot, making toe flare. The leverage in the toe of both feet causing lots of other issues. . Find a new new farrier because a horse owner can not re educate a farrier.
Go to his site and watch some of the free short videos, you will be enlightened. Hoofcare Today - Hoofcare Today
THEN go to this site and read the articles about mapping and trimming feet (which also applies to shoeing) and look in the farrier trimmer referral lists and see if there is anyone in your area. Al the farriers certified by the ELPO will understand the hoof distortions your horse has and how to fix them. Equine Lameness Prevention Organization