You might not get her to look forward but you could have stood with the camera film (or image) plane parallel to her and opposite her hip. You were standing opposite her front and about 25 degrees angled to her. As a result, critique of her is going to be unfair or inaccurate.
What Elana said...you are standing near her head...you need to be at the middle of her barrel. Get some to hold her for you....and that person needs to be out at the end of the leadline some, and getting her attention to keep her head straight.
And just by looking at this pic, when I look at ANY pics, my eyes instantly go to the horse's feet and legs first. She needs farrier work on those front feet. She has absolutely no heel, way to much toe, which is putting undue flexion on her pasterns.