Riding since the age of seven, Kamal took further riding lessons in the United Kingdom every summer, and then started competing in local equestrian events, often against compatriots Ramzy Al-Duhami and Khaled Al-Eid. Whilst studying then working in finance in the United States he competed on the East Coast circuit, where he came to the attention of Ziyad Abduljawad, now managing director of Saudi Equestrian. In 2004, he moved his riding base to Valkenswaard, Netherlands, making his international competition debut in the same year.
In 2022 he makes his debut on the GCL circuit riding for London Knights alongside a strong lineup of exciting talent. The Knights are one of the most successful teams so far, winning consecutive season championships as well as the GCL Super Cup in 2021, and they will be looking to continue their winning streak into 2022.