Yes, those are all four club feet,
First off, not singling you out. Just answering multiple posts from here.
Though the angles are quite high, it looks as though the right front and left hind may be low grade club feet. (club foot = 60 deg or more) Not uncommon to find feet that match on the diagonal.
and no, it's no an Arabian thing.
Not saying it is, but, it is well known in the profession that Arabs can be known for club feet.I suspect that a portion of them would be more correctly identified as Hi/Low instead.
You do need to find a better farrier,
Not necessarily, however, farrier should be made aware that you would like the heels taken down a bit to help align the hoof/pastern axis.
but make sure it's not one who's going to "fix" her by trimming the hell out of her heel--that'll make her lame.
Flexion testing would help determine how much theheel can be reduced safely.
I'd wager a good guess that her deep digital flexor tendons are significantly shortened.
If the tendons are short then theyv'e been that way from birth.(bones grew faster than tendons) Clubs that aren't congenital are generally, but not always, caused by a shortening of the flexor muscles.
What I'd do as a starting point? Head over the the Hoofcare/Farrier Resource Forum at horseshoes.com - show them those pics, and see what the online professionals suggest.
Also good advice.
Someone also said that "people are just prejudice twords Arabs". That's just ignorant. Some do think that Arab's are nuts/crazy, IME the only ones I had problems w/ were a direct result of thoses that owned them.
As for lameness, keep a propper trim and you should be in good shape for a long time.