Cori, best to stick to one thread on your subject. You might ask the mods to join this to the other, so all the info's there.
The photos are helpful, but the angles(and cleanliness!) could be better, to give a more accurate idea. The diagram I attached in the other thread, I reckon should read '...pic NEEDS to be taken squarely, from ground level' etc rather than 'it is best to...'
So only a rough idea really, and it's obvious she's due for a trim, and 'after' pics would give us more idea too. It appears her soles at the toe may be rather flat and toes/sole stretched forward a little. But mostly, her heels are way long! You can see easily where the excess length has broken away at the quarter, right side of the sole shot, how much extra heel is behind it. I hear you that the farrier has said something like 'she can't grow heel', so has left them. She may well be too *low* in the heel, but it's not for lack of growth, but that excess length has collapsed under & forward. This will also be effecting her toe length.
The hind toe dubbing doesn't look too bad, and of course whatever is going on in her hind end may be influencing the hoof to be that conformation... or it may be picture angle... but heels appear very high, hoof too upright. Can't tell more with only that pic.
The front-on pic... Is it just the way she's standing, or the angle of pic... or because I've got to turn my head sideways to see
, or does her right leg angle in at the fetlock & left leg angle out??