Milan Kordestani – Founder And Owner Of Milan Farms And An InnovatorJune 6, 2018 - Author: steph
Born in Stanford, California, Milan Kordestani spent a good part of his life there. After his parents divorced, Milan Kordestani migrated to London with his family in 2009. While in London, England, he attended the Eaton Square School. Returning to the Bay Area in Stanford, California, in 2010, he continued his early studies and graduated in 2017, from Sacred Heart Preparatory in Atherton.
At the tender age of 10, Milan Kordestani rode horses. While riding a horse on a riding trail one day, he was thrown off the horse. Not allowing the incident to deter him from riding horses, he mounted a horse and rode back to the campgrounds. Milan Kordestani was not terrified by the incident like other children would. Betts Coup (from the National Horseman), says that Milan Kordestani possesses a form that is natural when it comes to riding horses.
Milan Kordestani has accomplished, in a small amount of time, goals that are of a great magnitude in the sports of horse racing. In a few years, Milan Kordestani began taking riding instructions in Atherton. An accomplishment that Milan Kordestani achievement was when he won the first leg of the triple crown in 2015, on his horse named CH His Supreme Reflection. After that accomplishment, he won a ranking (fourth-place) at the Worlds Championship Horse Show. Nationally, he achieved the 3rd. place title on a national level of the American Royal. This was the third leg of the triple crown.
Becoming second at the Worlds Championship Horse Show in 2016, in the Five-Gaited Show Pleasure category was quite an accomplishment for young Milan Kordestani.
Milan Kordestani’s accomplishments include founding Milan Farms. This was done in high school during his sophomore years. The company, Milan Farms, produces chickens, saffron, and eggs by connecting with many farmers nationwide. Milan became the first to use saffron to produce a spice called hydroponically, using microfiber sponges.
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