Practice sports at night is good for your health. In 2018, a study conducted by the Institute of Human Movement and Sport Sciences in Zurich, Switzerland, confirmed this after analyzing 23 previously done studies.
They concluded that exercising at night does not affect sleep quality. In fact, it helps people fall asleep faster and have a deeper sleep.
It is important that the exercise to be performed is of low intensity. If it is high intensity, such as a polo match under the stars, it should be finished at least two hours before bedtime.
Getting regular exercise any time of the day can be added to your list of good sleep hygiene habits, but avoid strenuous physical activity one hour before going to sleep.