Dont know what year or engine of the F150 you have , but anyway , cant see any problem . Here are some comments ,
An F150 with an 8' bed or 4-door F150 with a V8 can safely pull a 2 horse non-dressing room trailer. Make sure the truck has a brake controller and you'll be fine for local hauling.
I pulled this set-up for several years and never had a problem.
We have an F150 that's used to haul our trailer without any problems. We have a two horse gooseneck with a dressing room. It has no problems hauling our two horses (one is about 1200lbs and the other is about 1000lbs) together. I believe we did get some extras put in to make it more capable of hauling a trailer but am not positive. We've had it for four years and used it weekly to haul an hour to lessons and back and haven't had one problem
Are you demented. Of course it can. ... . . ... ..
This thread literally made me laugh out loud... I have an F150 and I pull an oversized 2 horse bumper bull Merhow with a dressing room with trunks, tack and two BIG horses on it ALL THE TIME.... I have no trouble stopping at all and honestly haven't yet felt my truck struggle at all... That being said, I also have an F350 super duty that pulls a custom made 4star 5 horse gooseneck with an extra large dressing room.... with that fully loaded, I can feel that truck sweat a little bit going uphill thru the smokey mountains, but thats about it....