Milan Kordestani was born and partially raised in Stanford California before moving to London, England in 2009. He, however, returned to the Bay Area and enrolled at the Sacred Herat Preparatory school in Atherton. His career as a professional horse rider, which started at the age of 10, took shape during his time at Atherton. Notably, Milan recorded most of his winnings while at Atherton High School.
As reported by The National Horseman, Milan Kordestani has a natural talent for horse riding since early on in life and this allowed him to reach the world-class competitions. Milan debuted to the world-class horse races in 2015 with a first leg win of the Triple Crown and finished up as the third runners-up at the World Championship Horse Show the same year.
Milan’s winning streak continued into 2016 when he took the third position nationally during the annual American Royal competitions. Later that year, Milan climbed came second during the Worlds Championship Horse Show and this would form the pinnacle of his career and the highest position he achieved in his horse racing career.
Away from the pitch, Milan Kordestani is a businessman and journalist. He is a regular contributor to Huffington Post. The experienced equestrian is also an innovative businessman and founder of the now accomplished Milan Farms established during his sophomore year at high school.
The innovative business specializes in the production of poultry, saffron, and eggs. It also exploits the spirit of the interconnectedness of various farms spread out across the nation to scale up its volumes for each product category. Milan has achieved great success with his Milan Farms thanks to the innovativeness he adopts in their production. For instance, his company became the first ever in America to grow saffron on microfiber sponges – hydroponically.
Milan Kordestani’s farm’s supply eggs and poultry products to the west coast and saffron to the rest of the world. It takes pride in being one of the few companies that guarantee utmost transparency in how they raise their meat products and grow their foods organically. And while it specializes in drip irrigation to grow saffron, they are still trying out such other techniques as hydroponic growth.