Hopefully, you hear from some who own the trailer. I've always admired that trailer and even considered it for while but the upgrade needed in tow vehicles made it impractical at the time.
It is long at 35' and has a huge CCC and GVWR so much of this depends on what you load. If loaded to the max, the TW would need to be 1,100-1,600lbs (10-15%). If you load it to half way of CCC, than the tongue would still be around 1,200lbs at 13%.
You can buy integrated hitches such as the Equal-i-zer and the Reese Dual Cam with bars heavy enough to support those TWs, but I would really consider a Propride or Hensley hitch if you intend to load heavy.
You asked and those are, without a doubt, the "best/safest" WDH around. They are expensive if you buy new. Heck, they're expensive if you buy used, but worth it by all accounts.