If you are not comfortable, she needs to listen to that. End of story. You are PAYING her, so what you want is paramount, within reason, of course. Over the years (WAY too many...lol) I have learned to listen to my gut. If my gut (instincts) tell me not to do something, I will take that into consideration. There are days I know I shouldn't ride-sometimes just because of my mood.....I know it will not be a positive experience for me or my horse so we do ground work.
Making the transition from Western to English is a difficult one, IMO, as you are now dealing with basically a postage stamp to stay balanced on. I know I would feel really insecure going back.
As far as "show ready" in 2 months....have you told her you WANT to show? If so, then you need to let her know it will be when YOU feel you are ready. 2 months is ridiculous IMO, unless it is a flat class, in which case, concentrate on the flat!
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