Milan Kordestani is fierce at 19.
He is an equestrian, a business owner, a writer, and a college student.
Although Milan wears many hats, he makes time for everything, especially for his passion as an equestrian.
He began riding horses at the age of 10.
During his first encounter atop a horse, the animal went wild, threw him off, and ran away.
What Milan did next was “surprising,” according to his father, Omid Kordestani.
He went after the horse.
Once he caught up with it, he climbed back atop it and began riding again.
This was indeed pretty impressive behavior for a child.
Since then, Milan has continued to show determination and strength.
As an equestrian, he has won multiple championships, and his ranking is consistently improving. His track record as an equestrian is as follows:
- He won 4th place at the World’s Championship Horse Show in 2015.
- Later in 2015, he was awarded 3rd place at the American Royal.
- In 2016, Milan reached his highest ranking to date, earning an impressive 2nd place at the World’s Champion Horse Show.
Milan would like to win 1st place and a blue ribbon in the near future. His consistent progress is proof that he can.
When Milan isn’t riding horses, he is attending classes at Colorado College or writing for the Huffington Post.
The topics he covers include mental health, politics, and agriculture.
Often, Milan will work on his farm, Milan Farms.
Milan started his farm at the age of 16 while he was still a sophomore in college.
On it, he grows crops that are 100% organic.
These crops include
Milan is proud to admit that he humanely raises his chickens.
Customers who buy from Milan get excellent service because the young entrepreneur believes in being completely open and honest with them.
According to Milan, the only way to do business is to be transparent with everyone and to always have an answer at the ready whenever a customer has any questions or concerns.