You NEED to take this up with your farrier. This is a BUSINESS transaction, JUST LIKE when the crew put a new roof on my house last month,
and, if you're not satisfied with the job, then the farrier and you should figure out how to resolve this.
I cannot tell if the job was poor bc I cannot see what your horse's stance was barefoot, or if there is a club foot or other problem. Certainly if there IS a problem, you would need corrective shoeing.
I don't believe that this farrier does as good a job as mine bc mine just looks neater when he's done. He is a fussy Amish man, and he takes his time. Mostly I keep mine barefoot, but he HAS shod all of my horses, including the ones who have passed on and my current 3 heads, before.
I believe that when you have resolved your dispute with your farrier you SHOULD find a new one. I wouldn't feel right about someone who puts metal on my horse's feet and it isn't better than it was before.