My opinion is yes it can. BUT she needs to be shod properly. Posting pictures would help the forum farriers determine if there is something in how she is shod that might be causing this.
I went through this with my gelding when I first got him. He had typical long toed TWH feet. I didn't want him in stacked shoes. I wanted his natural movement. I swapped farriers, went barefoot, blew through more farriers than I care to think about, trimmed his feet myself until I got a new farrier, and we are still working on correction.
It all depends on the horses individual hooves, needs, usage, etc. That's why I said post pictures. It will give folks online an idea, at least, of what his possible issues are. Without the pictures we could speculate all day and be no closer to any kind of helpful answer. With the pictures we could do the same, but it is one step closer to finding answers. At least it was for me anyways. I'll look and see if I can find his before pictures and post them so you can see what I mean about angles.
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