Here's a message from the trailer's owner:
I just wanted to thank you both and let you know that I got my trailer back. The workers at Driscoll Ranch spotted it off the beaten path. Bob the manager of Driscoll Ranch called me and informed that the trailer was there. He got the e-mail from SMCHA, and blew it off. He said after seeing the trailer he looked on BAEN and confirmed that it was the trailer.
It was parked below Hwy84, backed up to a bunch of bushes so it was hard to see the license plate. The officer told me that it was a spot where they had found stripped cars in the past. I had to use my 4wheel drive to get it out. Luckily it's in one piece and all my belongings are still in it.
I gave the Ranch workers a nice finder's fee. I think they'll be on the lookout for stolen items for ever. It is amazing how many phone calls and leads I got from the horse community. People called from Nevada, Oregon, Central Valley, etc.
Thank you all so much