Born in Stanford, California, Milan Kordestani moved to London when he was 10 years old.
8 years later, Milan moved back to California where he attended Sacred Heart Preparatory High School and graduated.
Milan is now in college, writing for a prestigious newspaper, riding horses competitively, and running a business.
Milan’s international business, Milan Farms, is a 100% organic farm that grows eggs, saffron, and mint.
The young entrepreneur ships his eggs all across the west coast. He ships his mint and saffron, however, all over the world.
Milan raises his chickens in a humane way and is committed to always finding better, more innovative ways of running his business.
Kordestani is a great businessman in that he is as open as possible with his customers.
He feels that businessmen should keep no secrets from their customers and should always have an answer at the ready when a customer asks a question.
Milan has been horseback riding since he was 10 years old.
His first encounter with a horse didn’t go so well because the animal went wild and ran away.
Instead of becoming fearful, Milan searched for the horse and began to ride again.
This is pretty impressive behavior for a child. It showed fearlessness and determination in Milan even at such a young age.
Milan has won numerous competitions.
- He won 4th place at the World’s Championship Horse Show in 2015.
- Later that year, he was awarded 3rd place at the American Royal.
- The next year, in 2016, Milan reached his highest ranking to date, earning an impressive 2nd place at the World’s Champion Horse Show.
Milan dreams of obtaining a 1st place blue ribbon.
People like Betts Coup of the National Horseman feel that he achieves huge goals in a short amount of time, and if he wants to win a blue ribbon, it is certainly possible for him.
When Milan isn’t riding horses competitively, he is hard at work writing.
The college student is a prolific writer who has a career at the Huffington Post, covering everything under the sun regarding politics, mental health, and agriculture.