Somehow you will need to get a leather halter on her that you can leave on her. Then hopefully you can catch her and get a rope halter on her for training ( I would put it over the leather halter for now).
Rope halter, 15 foot rope, and a long whip. You should be able to handle the rope and whip well. That takes practice. Keep her away from you with the whip, get her attention with the halter...pull her around at an angle such that she realizes you may be able to pull her off her feet. You will have to be good at getting yourself into proper position for this, and not be too close to her so she can't kick you. You can't out-pull her, so you have to have a good angle on her to pull her off balance. A big pull to move her feet then release and see what she does. If she keeps fighting, get an angle and pull again etc. The whip is for self defense only. When she behaves (just standing facing you for now), she gets relief from all pressure. That's all I would ask of her at first. Get a little respect then let her go and do another session later in the day.
Getting her moving off pressure is for another day once you have her consistently under control.
I would not try this without a rope halter.
Please wear a helmet and protective vest and boots. Gloves are a good idea too as long as you have good grip. And be careful! All horse training is done at your own risk.
I want ALL the ponies.