Find a price on a new model, same configuration first. Then take these factors into consideration:
Also, your area of the country and what the trailer is constructed of will factor in. (steel trailers are worth less than aluminum, for example)
A five year old trailer, in great shape, good setup *might* bring you two thirds of new pricing.
A trailer that is beaten up won't get as much.
You might want to discuss trading it too. Selling a two horse slant can be tough, they weren't as popular as the three horse setups.
There really aren't any of my brand here, since it's more of an East Coast brand. Lots of S&H, WW, CM, Calico, some Trails West (which is the closest comp) but not many.
I am constantly shocked at how much folks here want for the old style rounded nose WW type 2H bumper pulls, that look, uh, weathered....and the amount of ONE horse trailers! (and their, uh, optimistic pricing)....
SO, really, not easy or possible to get a comp value.
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Email an inside and outside photo to horse trailers @ hughes .net ( no spaces ) I will look up some comps for you and give my opinion... It is worth what someone is willing to pay - include age of tires, last service date and condition notes.