Looks like a reasonable start. While it's hard to tell from just a couple of stright-on pics, so no real idea of length, depth, balance, etc, it seems that you could perhaps take a little more off the heels. She needs a heap more from the quarters on the right fore, a fair bit more at least on the left, and they need to be rolled substantially. The toes appear to need backing up/rolling a bit more, esp the left.
I forget whether you told why you're trimming yourself, whether you can't get a good farrier/trimmer or such, but if at all possible, I'd advise you to get a few lessons, or at least trim under the supervision of a good trimmer a few times at least, and learn about the principles & function of hoof form, so you have a better grasp of what & why you're doing. If that's not possible, doing a workshop at least should help you understand better.