I owned one of the older Telstars for a while. I would call it more of a trailerable pocket cruiser
, than a trailer sailor.
To raise the amas I attached a line to a cleat foward and one back, which went under the ama with the middle making a loop hanging out in the middle - basically supporting the ama in two places. I used a long 4X4 with pulley and winch
to hook the middle of the rope
the ama up. I used one on each side to avoid blocking and to support both amas at once.
Note that if the amas are not supported, you can easily tip the boat over sideways on the trailer when the amas are out. Also be very sure, the amas are supported well when going under to drive the pins in. One of those crashing down when you are under there could kill you.
I found the Telstar a real joy to sail in protected waters, but lots of under deck
slamming in any seas.