I meant to reply last night but my munchkin was sick.
Loosie- I mean break over as in a beveling of the hoof wall on the fronts. They look like they were trimmed straight across with no bevel to take the horses weight off the hoof wall. That can lead to chipping and flares. The heels look high and the angles on all the hooves are too steep and run foreward. The front hooves should have had the flares and heels corrected and lowered. Id imagine the bars are pretty overgrown too if he neglected the outside of the hooves like he did.
To me he did what most farriers (trained to shoe, not to trim barefoot horses)do when trimming barefoot, they trim it like they are going to put a shoe on it. Thsi doesnt work for a barefoot horse.
I learned a lot of the ins and outs from this site when I first started trimming my own horses. Bare Foot Horse
. As an owner this can help you know what to look for and ask for and help you understand more the mechanics behind a barefoot hoof and how it works, which is completely different than a shod hoof.
ETA: If you go to that site and click the link on hoof shape, about halfway down the page will give you an idea what you should be aiming for vs what your farrier did. It explains why as well.