i do, it doesnt really help her spookiness
Well, take this with a grain of salt as I have not seen your horse in person, but it sounds to me like she has learned to spook to get out of work. Some horses will literally spook, for no reason, randomly and constantly, to get out of work.
If you want to keep her, you should pay a trainer to ride her, and then go back to paying someone to tell you how to ride her. She needs someone VERY experienced to work through this with her. If you do this, make sure you are watching when the trainer rides her, so that you can learn too.
If your trainer is capable, they should be able to ride the horse through it and figure out why she is spooking. It may be that she is spooking to get out of work, it could be tack related, it could be the type of work (ex. does she spook more in the arena vs. trail), it could be just the rider.
I've ridden hot, spooky horses, and with the right rider they don't spook every second. They spook, but not constantly. There is the rare horse that is just that way though.
You should work on learning how to emergency stop, or disengage her hindquarters. You should also try to teach her to spook in place instead of bolt or whatever she does.