It is hard to believe that your horse has only just been shod. Long story short the job falls short in so many areas. First of all he has not been given adequate support under the fetlock joint probably making the horse lean forward or change stance often to bring the fetlock over the base of support.
The break over is also too far forward when compared to the base of support.
Ideally the ground bearing surface of the shoe should be at equal distances around the coffin joint normally found at the widest part of the hoof capsule.
Shoeing him this way should enable him to load the heels correctly.
Please be careful about just trimming the heels for the sake of it. The heels should be trimmed to provide maximum support not necessarily for the heel height.
Richard Australian Farrier