I grew up in Ohio about 10 minutes from the Granville Ohio Polo Fields. In the 1980's they had a Sport of Kings Tournament. So I would say the sport of kings would be Polo.
There are many correct answers to this question. It depends on which part of the world you live in, which era your referring to, even some regional answers would be different. Horse Racing, Falconing, Polo, Fox Hunting or even the album title by Triumph (I don't remember the year)
With that said I would probably answer "Falconing" since that was practiced all over Europe the Middle East and Asia.
Hooray, Congratulations you got it right. Sorry I have no prize though!! Whilst horse racing, polo and fox hunting are sports of Kings, it is Falconry that is deemed to be the sport of kings and is the oldest sport known to man. Since 680 BC
Here in the UK it is said to be polo - the type you do on horseback, not in water!
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