I don't know much about shoeing, so I hesitate to say anything. I can say what I SEE, but don't know if that is a good or a bad thing, so can you forgive me if I say something stupid or obvious to a knowledgeable person?
The front shoes seem wider than necessary, and though they are set back, with a large "mustang roll" on the front, the overall angle is maybe on the low side. It does not seem to match the pastern angle well. I think you can have a snubbed off toe and still have a hoof angle that is too low/long.
The backs of the show seems to almost pinch the frog, but again, I really am only stating what I see, not knowing if this is normal /desirable or not.
If the front angle is too low, this might slow down her break over and cause her to clip herself from behind.
I also notice that both back feet seem to have a slightly convex shape to the hoof; a kind of "hump" to it (viewed from teh side). What does that mean? If anything.