Most Helpful Guy
Things aren't banned because there's no appeal to it. Even if nobody found it appealing or meaningful at all, it wouldn't be worthy of a ban.
Things are only banned when the cost--monetary and otherwise--of the ban is less than the cost of leaving it free.
Even bans on things which are obviously destructive, like crystal meth and heroin, are worth questioning, since the cost of maintaining the ban may very well be greater than the cost of having people abuse drugs freely.
Most Helpful Girl
As a Kentucky resident, I don't think it should be banned, but I do think they should wait to race the horses until they're 6 rather than 2. Less injury prone that way.