I had a new, new farrier come out. This was only 3.5 weeks after the last trim, so he said he didn't want to do too much. He did notice that his feet are too tall all around and said it's very common to find in the tri-state area (Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana) for farriers to "stack" the feet. I guess with all the QHs with teeny tiny feet, that's becoming a popular practice and because Arabs typically have smaller feet, it's been bleeding over for some time. He said more and more farriers are doing it because that's what the person they apprenticed with did. I took pictures almost immediately after the trim (he got a bath first because the weather was beautiful). What this guy took off after 3.5 weeks was at least as much as the other farrier would take off after 5-6 weeks. I hope that's a good sign. He also backed up the toe on the clubby foot more than the other guy ever did. I've noticed my horse moving better and tripping less. Whether the two are related, I have no idea. He'll be out again in the middle of May for another trim and start getting him back down to a normal height.
Here are links to pictures of each foot: