You have to buy their DVDs and books if you want to know what they expect you to do. Not what THEY do, but what they expect YOU to do.
It's pretty much a case of, 'don't do as I do, do as I say, and throw lots of money at us while you're doing it', with the Pepperonis.
Pepperoni NH isn't anything more than common sense horsemanship tarted up with a lot of nonsense 'majikcal' explanations, expensive gear, 'games', smoke and mirrors, and heavy duty marketing.
As money making marketers, they're geniuses. As horse trainers, not so much.
And now, I will step out of this discussion and leave it to go the way of most Pepperoni threads.