Milan Kordestani has Stanford in California as his birth place. During his stay in California, he went to school at the Philips Brooks Elementary school. Later on Milan together with his family moved to London in England, after the divorce of his parents back in the year 2009. After the migration, he joined the Eaton Square School. He then went back to the Bay area to attend a Sacred Heart Preparatory located in Atherton and graduated in the year 2017.
At the age of ten years, Milan Kordestani had begun riding on horses. While riding a horse, he once got thrown off the horse back while he was trail riding. According to Omid Kordestani the National Horseman said that Milan’s situation surprised many as he got back on the horse and rode back to the camp. He added that it turned out surprising as most children would be in great fear of getting back on top of an animal that had treated them in search a manner.
Milan Kordestani started riding on lesson horses while in Atherton for several years and he quickly progressed to being part of the high levels on the world champion horses. Milan victoriously won the first leg of the Triple Crown and also emerged the fourth at the World Championship Show. At the American Royal, during the third leg of the Triple Crown he took the third position title nationally. His other achievement is that he took the second position during the Worlds Championship Horse Show in 2016 that gave him the highest ranking up to date.
Milan Kordestani established the Milan farm, a company that basically deals with the production of poultry and eggs. Kordestani has a record of being the first farmer of saffron to hydroponically grow spice on microfiber sponges. Apart from being the Chief Executive Officer and founder of the Milan Farms, he is also a student in San Francisco and a writer of the Huffington post. The Firms are currently offering Saffron with mint and free range eggs. The Farms aim to offer honest options to their consumers as they practice transparency while raring their animals and making use of only organic options for their crops.