11 Burst results for "Ogunsanya"

"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

Journeys in Entrepreneurship

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

"Be that if I really wanted to create The experience that I had as a child growing up of just being able to clean fun environment and Yes. So I think that was that was the reason why I decided to stop place. And I'm sure you came on. It wasn't a bit cruises. Faced so many challenges first of all Type of business that I have is very Heavy on infrastructure and infrastructure is expensive. So funding funding staff finding the right people because when you have children, it's very, very amateur you on you know that it's very very. Sensitive. So actually young children. So I had to make sure that I was hiring the right people and found that it wasn't so much about the salary but I found that it wasn't a prestigious or is classified as a prestigious job. So those who are really qualified to do the job feel that it's been meet them. So finding the right people who really understand what we are trying to do at please I think was one of the biggest challenges. So, finding students finding the right people are these students are defined. So they know necessarily students become a yeah they come in with your family. Yes. So I I just found that parents actually looking for somewhere to take their children to. So once we opened up just like you know it's like the whirlwind of customers coming in and then I able yes from the neighborhood and even the neighborhood sometimes on the mainland they have lots of people coming in from all over the mainland. And yes. So that kind of sorts itself out. And then for the for the staff, like you said, we've we've just had to do lots of training. Lots of aware that you get from. so they were. In, yes, from agencies initially. From dissociate from social media campaigns, people around the areas, well, young vibrant people that are willing to learn and yeah, those I think those three have been the biggest. Farley Shing. Luckily. Yes, I had to luckily my and interior decorator. So it was kind of how not es she was able to help. We had to source a lot of our infrastructure from out of the country and they had to come in and build that took time as well was also very expensive, but luckily, I had the support of my family. So everybody chipped in and we were able to to set it up. Some finance also came from the Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, it is. Great. Thank you so much for your time I would like to end with your favorite quote if you don't mind. My favorite is actually up. painted. Does Not matter what cutting through today. It does matter which tell us who builds. It does not matter how much money you prolixity, what matters is the impact to have. In. The lives of those who have come. That's beautiful. Thank you so much Dr go safely time it's been a pleasure. Thank you, I wish you the very best of success eight years. Thank you. Years. Yes. It's recruited to. Bed. Thank you so. Soon all the other branch. Saiki. Thank you. Ungrateful. Thank you for listening to this episode of journeys. This interview was recorded on the fifteenth of two, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety at reached to Terrell. Jonathan enterpreneurship executive said you sat. Technical producer and director Ella Yarmuth. This series was reviewed by Miriam Ideal to say shy show saw. Lauretta you hell Murray's the artwork and design was done by young while the production and editing was by visuals. The theme song for this series, which will also listen to now was put together by tunneling. Or visit. So what's video of this recording please visit fatally foolish and dot org slash podcast. and. Also, the face foundation youtube channel remember to join us next week Friday for an all new suit. Thank you..

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"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

Journeys in Entrepreneurship

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

"It's purely through education. That the government has been able to evolve to where the shooting. And level of. Illiteracy in Nigeria. So high. Neighboring countries and not in. The backspace we. In Nigeria with education, so they go by needs. Because the private sector. If we're kettering the population liberals, I said twenty million children and we only catering to maybe two thousand. They sent alleged. That's not being well catered for when taft with police. Effective efficient policy formulations seeing how to just be. A TRAINED TO BE CLASSROOM? Rating. To, be able to help the children improving facilities in the respective schools to ensure that the children actually go there and then teaching is taking place. It's very sad because I grew up in Nigeria with quality education and a lot of the schools then where government schools private. Nevado Trentham school was the only privates. On you back all of your wants to. Get in those days and we still had the exposure to good quality A. So we've managed to go back to that space in education sector the government meets to. Not, just with on the private school but now with them and see how we can work together because we're we need we have a good success rate because I. We walk. Effectively with the. Saints. Yes, and therefore we're able to. Spit and policy for militia on. Developing Kylian Dan dripping but at the federal. level. Something needs to. Seriously and very soon to maybe start by. Nominating of. What is now? An effective at being an effective competitiveness up ridge. WHO. Even understand what our challenges? And therefore one baby step time will be able to address the challenges. So that's still tasted me the quality education we had during times plus congratulate. Stalled because without education I, keep saying to Michael meets the education sector. We're not going anywhere and we must address by value based education was cut since like research and development in the educational sector with sharing. Institution took US kid back into the system to develop. This need foam. Complete overhaul. Completely agree I mean if you look at schools in China I mean they're coding as early as primary school and that's not even something that's even on the table for us I answered. Dan Really. Good into. Routine. Go to have infrastructure that will support. Asked. The students are they doing with other subjects small big only thing it's got to be holistic. Approach to. So other specific policies that's an entrepreneur wants to come into this sector should be aware of government policies that feed need to bear in mind before stuffing Miss School. With the Governor Police is. The. Quality of whatever it is won't ones. As important. Approve. Is One of the key aspects of the Minister of Education. To the Musgrove kitchen so go to the sector that is responsible approve. Because you've got to space building the common spectate. Prove that the space is. Suitable for whatever level of education you want to. And you got to actually go to the Ministry of Education. And look into all aspects and ensure. That you arrive already by the time it's time to start school. So. Let's go back a little bit to Oxbridge. What has been if you had to classify your all time high. So find your journey will what would that be? My Students Jon. GRUDEN success, not only when they are talks preach. I I'm always excited when I. Come close they see how they're flourishing in these. WORKSPACE The degrees the finish. Students. To First Class in. Abroad. We find opportunities upset abrasion will have a strong dumbness decision and therefore when I meet all up, they might see them and I see that working the ones adopters once I've started their own business is set of their own businesses. Okay. Phillies one of fun. Okay. One of former students and he's that book space. A lot of. Things. Those. Are the things that I'd say educators. As And I always tell them when they're leaving. Me Good. To see you. Are the top doing so well and making. A difference in sector we always encourage and wherever you. Could Make a difference those. Those are the highest form. So. It's been twenty six amazing years. You have a thriving business you grown exponentially. You have students that have making proud around the world. What's next? What's what's left? What's next for you for Oxbridge? What's on the table I have four ostriches for also have additional conferences that would be division for. To grew so that what we have would be invisible to more people within uneven outside nature and I sit on option. For me as a need to be given back. I told my students I told myself I know we can. Combine. Iron Cobra. which really to see, hike an impact on the lives of the students presence. To build resilience in. To build their self confidence. So those are things we're bringing on now adults branch. As part of our core by this, how do we prepare them? Arrival rating at the city and they're able to have coping mechanisms that will make them succeed. Yes. They've been succeeding but we want to increase the percentage of those who are going. tweeting with. And being. Ready for the work. Let me ask you a question. started. A space call please please. Yes what informed decision. So I have four siblings. They're five of us and my younger siblings are still teenagers and growing grew up in Chicago actually and I remember going to the children's museum with my mom I remember doing so many fun activities and for my younger siblings who grew up here I just that there was there was nothing of that sort sorts currently and I just wanted to create that experience for them. Even though now they're all done be they can't.

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"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

Journeys in Entrepreneurship

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

"Need it to be more aggressive with marketing. So we had to set up a marketing units. So we have actually have viable marketing unit. Of speech as well. So these are the areas in which we have the challenges, but really the human capacity development is the main area that people understand their roles and to be able to do that I brought in A. Heads. Up about ten years who were able to then instill. The ethics into the members of such. Talk speech. So it's not business as usual is not find Nigerian time. It's time it's time and all of that. So that's how we were able. To. Handle the. Challenges, employment. So, correct me if I'm wrong but I, think schools allowed to market directly. I don't know if that's true. Okay. We can't bring its accountants and. Because how how has your marketing evolved from newspapers to what you guys do to in terms of marketing? It's the same with marketing is that we did a lot of training. We have monitors COMTRADE. As to the best ways marketers. If they lasers if you don't have the bottom of this, no points participants newspaper. We go to. Do now. Because the students I interested in coming. accommodates. And definitely land along the way up to. Efficiently smartly. It's much more. Important and stood in steadily borrowing from. What I learned from everybody I learned from my kids from the experience. As well, how what suggestions from them? I what did you what? Aspects that went on in your school. So his experience so we knew we could go into schools, invite them to come Jose takes. Bridge. That is coming to upset for, the. They have the attend classes have lunch with the students. So. They have a field of what it feels like and therefore snow against these develop relationships with feeder schools where we call he disclosed. So all of these matched from. The marketing. And Development, of the marketing team. And having conversations have intriguing going abroad for. I think that's great but now. As you know social media. As. Yes. As powerful. So how I mean we've spoken to lot about oxbridge spoken a lot about your journey. How have you grown as a person? So how have you grown as as an entrepreneur is a woman from nine hundred and ninety three 'til 'til now. As I said I, love challenges. I looked through needs. So my growth we has been around. From eating from attending, I love going for seminars conferences. Seminars Niger in all aspects, not just education. Green, yourself has deemed to be two of the things that you need to emotional intelligence whatever it is any. I. Ten thousand. And then being involved with other schools or that sectors participating in other things I sit wherever. You must always meant something I always tell people I run six college if I visited prime. And we'll be able to learn something from that school and when attend conferences when we organize conferences when we attend conferences. Visits. And therefore a lot of the introduction. quotation, goods on the walls and all of that we see from school I had developed a passion example for coats because they shot stories that. Director. Pay Victory on your. Food like. So you have blend in those. Kinds of. Hello that I think it's very wise to pick out the best everywhere you go a lot of times as young entrepreneurs we want to be the first and only person to have done this and we want to be unique. You knew but I think there's a loss of wisdom in being able to see something that works and adopting it. So I've definitely learned that today. So thank you so. Mindful may wear? Yes. Exactly. Exactly. Something always. Yes. So. Let's talk a little bit about the education system or should I say sector in? Nigeria because the whole premise of your business is to train children to school. Of the country within. Within the country well Okay. So they can they can study sixth form and then uses a year. Okay. Yeah to okay that's amazing. That's amazing. A majority of the of your students ended up at the country. So. What are your views on the current education system in Nigeria? Needs. It needs a lot of work in of revamping. A lot of. Focus as. A lot of. Support from the? Government because. Private schools, for example, for me about eighty percents of schools in. Lagos State. There are twenty thousand schools, eighteen thousand private schools, and of course, you have the different categories of private schools. In the state so what we do for example now. Association is how we can develop those train. And motorists that quality education should be. Available to all later and children so we adopt schools in our colleagues. That we come support as well. Trained teachers, students read books to them. So. The quality of education is what we need to look into but in looking into the quality of Education Mustache? The quality teachers. A. Lot of the teachers find themselves in teaching by default. Not Necessarily by passion. Wage was in the past, not necessarily because that's what they wanted to do but maybe they apply the can get into their first choice and find themselves it. Might not have been featured once they. Find themselves. So we need for some for most to pay attention Goldman needs to realize that without education change with driving for. And therefore, education is what we need our visit countries and seeing what's happening Korea and Singapore places like that but.

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"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

Journeys in Entrepreneurship

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

"Your his abilities, this properly, your projections and ensure you're able to meet topped with the repayments. Repayment is very Because one million can become ten million before he. is taken to the repayment plan. So one must study studied business, whatever business, whatever school, the heated nursery primary Brita KRISPIES, second discipline or whatever. Do. Professional Projections get professional people. To work with one and proper. and See therefore the income and how the income can sustain. The loans. and. Then also friends. Also tried frames look for investments if it's possible because that's a Beta routes to go back because investors promise them even if it's five percents on their investments With. So, at least, it's not just in case of taking the money. They just give them back. So they know that there's something in it sell some shares within be tonight -sition within the. School if possible. But in before going down the. Inches thrive. Try Friends look for invest does have a function of of. Command fight soup and Eric Hookah Derek have very very experienced finance person that bought who can lead you to states as well. That's amazing. So you've been on an interesting journey from nine hundred, ninety three 'til now. So let's fast forward to present the how has oxbridge evolved from a college twenty students to what is city. One of my. Of G., could be started planning business is that anomaly there must be something of. So octopus of six from. five years down the line three or four years in line I came across somebody who was interested in coming to Nigeria. To work as a consultant agent. For Progression from schools, schools wrote so agents the called confer educational. Teachings I partnered with because that. Again, I brought into the of speech. As something of. Interest so that students are parents could have somebody who could serve as an agent for the prohibition of their children to. A bit further down the line we also. With an delivery. I agent called the NC UK. They the. Team. Universities in the Midlands. And we're looking for a place to deliver their syllables Luebbe products to prepare students, and that's how of the foundation Luca. Normal from Cambridge who's to partnering with somebody? WHO CAN RECRUIT Help with progression to destinations students to partner with somebody else play second, deliberate another stream pathway for the college, and that's how slowly and steadily that's why the state is important and to be able to support these things keep looking for areas, new areas that you can happen. To introduce into the business I get easily. So it's when something new stats it gave A. Mall excited pursue that. So the answer you came on board then we started the American part we also. With another Bodine, Nigeria was able to deliver prepare students who are not interested in studying in. America. Because we were getting the fake by that. How Focuses UK and I like challenges like I said no because no two new. America can do. Today, we can't even censored angeles. Wow. So you need to keep researching into your market segment to see areas really outside Nigeria. Really to to the whatever. In United, which else? Anyway. Thank you thank you so much I think one of the things that I really could relate to what you said he's getting bored sometimes I find myself getting bored as well because it's almost like you're any. Becomes routine. You know same thing every day and you know sometimes when you have the financial goals and you're just looking at did number as you forget about some of the other important things as well. So how I mean it's been twenty six years. Have you been able to combat the boredom and how I mean without having? New things coming however, we been able to you know just because and get a fight the bottom if that's the bottom through attended conference. And participating in other areas title of speech it's not only that makes me. I am involved with offend their private educators in Nigeria one of the founding founders of. So you know again, we moved out of our own comfort zone respective schools to see how we could influence other schools and start been mantis the coming like you. was involved with if. Chairmanship of the couple of I, it was because they always win. Championship of illegals Anglican. Schools, generally for the and they're fine schools run by the. So. You know all of those is also here is an all this. You know and you just keep the interest because I talked to have handled school. Therefore, my vote is not hundred percent. And their evil to participate in other things, and then we opened another French which would be contemplating for awhile. In fact, the past I traveled to Ghana to South Africa looking for places where we opened blue giant there's considerations what we landed. Yes, also you say. Forty to do to, Stephanie you'll find that once I. Branches properly established you have your systems in. Your policies in place, it's easier to transfer. To being yeah. So let's go back to the journey of I, think you've come to a point now where you have the freedom of getting involved in a lot of other extracurricular activities because like you said, you've set the structure down in please. So before this time, what challenges did you face in getting to the point where you can now be involved in so many other things. I think like I said. The main challenges the human capacity. To ensure that people understand their rules. The understand the expectations of the program that we run here to also be able to reach because. You don't. Have The bandwagon effect you've started something get on. People's. Thing well, WTMJ's. So now you have other six qualities, and therefore we now.

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"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

Journeys in Entrepreneurship

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

"You're about. Good results at the end of the then people would. So by the within the in the first year, it was a challenge of enrollment of students recruit Maine's all teach us who believe in on this. because. By that time, what we call has tickets. In the days when we wins I'd been scrubbed. People stopping at White. So. Who managed capacity human resource. Employing people sleeping. And then of course, the talent of the funding because of close UK mean we twenty students with ranch to pay salaries to the end of every month. Very limited income I had to go back to finally. Be Able to get support to pay salaries in those family that school from me that I was able to rent the princes and you. Put the band side not that. Franken. So, I mean I think every entrepreneur can relate to the journey that you've you went through in your first year and I think it's really inspiring to see the here twenty six years later considering the fact that's Such a rookie starts. In, the first year and I think one of the things that you talked about was staff and you know hiring people that understand or the at that time understood about the six and I think. That's something that entrepreneurs I myself in particular. We still struggle with today and I know that running a college and also you know having so many moving parts. Can Be difficult especially in your sector. So how did you? How did you juggle everything the issue of enrollment the issue of staff? How did you put in a structure that was? That worked. You know at such an early stage of your. Business. I think the enrollment because it was new in the system and because a lot of kids who at mainly word of mouth since sprayed the inflammation I'm parents saw it as a place where they could send their children to. And then also given to the fact that the West is not very stable in those days parents actually wanted to see what the G to sponsor to support the children to. Those two things helped with the enrollment slowly and steadily Nico people some people even think universities because there was a lot of pleasure of. At that time to do the that was so that it could. Even. Of The Tournament so that helped once information into the public states, people go to see the benefits, the advantage, and it works well with what is going on in the. In the space in the public at that time as well, we'll the government's Palooza converses and everything. With the staff. The lucky thing is that I do I'm lucky. That some who cited meeting I still in nicest and wildly. Twenty six years. Because I believe illogic. So. Those professional development is essential. For people to be able to buy into your vision under one for people to be able to understand the expectations of the school or these shows that was set up as well. So we do a lot of trainings within and outside. Thank you school visits outside Niger. Attending conferences outside Nigeria so slowly and steadily people go to understand Beta. The expectations of the asthma. Six College and then also partnering. With. Other institutions have brought so that they would then coming to some training for the staff will. Help us with the curriculum to. Understand better. So slowly and state. People to understand the expectations. Of, the German as well, and that's what has helped in ensure stability within the system being amazing. A lot of entrepreneurs scared to train you. You hear them seeing what if I invest in this specimen under president leaves but I think Like you mentioned I think that's something I personally take that. You should invest in the people on the working with you on for you and so one of the things that you mentioned was funding and you said you were able to gain funding from your friends and family or should they say family? Yes So what would your advice be for an up and coming entrepreneurs looking for funding but doesn't have a family member to fall back on and specifically wants to go into the education sector would advice? Would you give them number one? Wanted to go into the dictation sexwale. There must be a lot of preparation. You must have. Chris and clear vision. And you must also be able to. Look into the. Markets and see what will be unique. About whatever it is you're trying to introduce into the market space. And then for funding. Small Business as. The bonds have that now somebody's out that and the. Central Bank also has somebody disposed through bands as well. That would be the place to. Unfortunately, the interest rates can be quickly. So, even in going inks who's into the banks or into the into. Getting. One should not be van ships in the mount. You connect. Doing your homework..

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"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

Journeys in Entrepreneurship

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

"So thank you so much. For your time it's a pleasure to be here today. So I think the end of this interview is to learn about your journey how you got where you are today and against some useful insights for up and coming entrepreneurs on how the two can also go on this journey in this particular sector and education sector. So I think I'm going to jump right in if that's okay with you being here. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. So let's take a trip down memory lane who stopped glossy agreeing up. From a family of two. I have a little broder myself and I was born then inhibition. But I lived most of my life probably. And then I went to I attended queen's the. Kitchen in the. Bush. Where we had an amazing experience, the schools in where very good quality equitable to publish the UK. It's an amazing experience of having fun with the girls lease. We had a five hundred teachers both from American and the UK. And therefore was a very insightful experience and it's what formed allotted falls into what we became in later life we even have. phonetics I remember this was phonetics teacher. To pass that well. So lot of the diction also came from that. Quality Education in the federal government. School. In the book. So that's my educational life. So that level and then after that I attended invested legal some. legals from my undergraduate program and procedure to Bristol. For my was dragged and after to Internet, came back to the back. Before I then. Moved to the UK gate and then. Kim. So from what you told me, I can see the education played a pivotal role in in who've come today. So did you always know that you would want the own your own college? Starting of my. Parents, I think moralist decided well, you should become things and my father wanted me to be medical doctor. Unfortunately they had a friend of medical his late now. Jim and I went to fit. We think once I love children uninfluenced. So i. think that traumatize me and does say thereafter I didn't like the site of note, medicine is not for me were you want somebody called I'll be. So, really I never envisaged that even teach because green oppose it very shy introverted person not very keen on public speaking by phone the other hundred of. And so really I did I was more interested in the research as those things rather than the speaking aspect of things, but then I found myself flickerings. Dancing, so how did you discover the opportunity to start? Oxford. So from being a lecturer, how did you then transition to being an entrepreneur owning your own college? Right, the journey started when. I went on the. Came in I think commissioner of Education you. And setup all these. Mushrooms schools over the please lot of that I decided to take children out of the country, and so I took my to drain out of Nigeria and that's when my letter wingstop. I, let lecturing and I went to the UK with them and I was in such. As in. College. So but long story short when the I have two children when they grew up and went into boardinghouse I then was no support myself, I. I could then come back to Nigeria. And that's when I started looking what I could. Lecturing teaching interacting nowadays was what I was familiar with actually tried to dabbling in business intriguing. It's nothing. And I discussed that discovered that very quickly. So I then looked into it and I said okay. Let me go. Into Education Boring from the experience of my children in. Where levels six phone was titled the. Journey, and then into the Niger and market, and to be honest there were a lot of needs says a lot of people who Would discourage that. This person has tried to do something about they didn't have the understanding of where I was coming. And therefore I saw in mich- in the markets in the system at that time because students to their like John and they didn't have their results for. ME. So I saw that as an opportunity to introduce. Concerts into the Niger market of that time to catch them to actually have the opportunity to impact some knowledge into them before the to. Into University based on my experience of students who intervene Westie when I was lecturing. The came in. Through the. Borough days I just before the exams in the cramped and reproduce. So I thought if I was able to catch them at a young age I would be able to impact the discipline of independence that the not cramming plagiarism address, all of those emotions so they are bitter pretend. For Undergraduate. Studies. That's amazing. So you started this amazing business and it's go time. Can you walk me through the first year of business 'cause I know personally from my own experience the first year of business is the toughest the a lot of trial and errors. So can you walk me through the first year Oxbridge College? Right can with the knowledge base of with the vision of exactly what I wanted. it was mean so we were really the first one to start this. Concept in Nigeria but the first year I remember we started the first of August, nineteen? Nineteen. And I got to rent it. Property on make still. Did Not really understand for the Sitcom College concert works within the system at that time. So when we opened a gateway sits in watching the gates, anybody wants we have available. My assistance and I will run out welcomed them. So there was that anxiety to be able to actively get people to come in for us to be able to explain. How? About social media was not in place at that time, cousin was renewed. People will say Oh, we saw the bachelor they never for Doodo limits. So there was a challenge of recruitment of enrollment of students I think the first started about twenty. We're told the rain all the stuff in place and everything but by on thought process always is that if you show them what.

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"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

Journeys in Entrepreneurship

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"ogunsanya" Discussed on Journeys in Entrepreneurship

"In today's episode, we have Dr on Femi- Sawyer. DACA olive family or is a former lecturer at the University of Matriarch, and she's the founder of the oxbridge tutorial pollock founded in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three oxbridge was the first six on politics in the country and remains which premiere specially six college days in. Nigeria. Auguste. is also the chairman of the Board of Governors of the Association of Private Education in Nigeria A. She's the chairman of the Mega Anglican School Management Board. And the chairman of not be. Also, sits on the board of. For Life is an education consultancy outfits. Interviewing Otter. Today we have a young inca saved alone. I oh, he is a graduate of communications from McMaster University in Canada and the founder hold lately. Play please is an indoor play centre that provides a fun and safe environment where children can engage in innovative and eighteen. please. Join us as we listen to the ownership journey as in the education industry..

"ogunsanya" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"ogunsanya" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Out he's a pretty decent trip sprinter. Yeah. He's a horse who really turned a corner when a moved to the. Barna caught at cloudy Ogunsanya as he went from, you know, he could barely crack ninety speed figure. Suddenly he, he has run under one fifteen in four starts in the new barn. So I don't know what he's found. But he's been fast on now. He's been fast on turf. I was kinda early in the stretch. I look like he was running sideways the hallway through the lane, but he was so much better knees. It, it didn't seem to matter. He was able to hold on a not even hold on one fairly easily in. He was six to five in the race. So nobody was old. But good effort, you don't see many Indiana breads with this kind of speed figures. He may be the fastest one I've ever seen this off the top of my head curious where he shows up next Zeke run on third on earth in Aachen, these one twenties. I got a one six noon on Friday may be part of that was due to running sideways. I'm sure but hopefully they get them straightened out in and he could be a factor. He certainly has the speed to be. Good against anyone. Yeah. He was part of a pretty fast opening quarter mile in this race. So it seemed like just getting a little leg weary lay. It's heat like you were saying he was on the wrong league for the stretch run. He was also wearing those front wraps on the turf which you don't often see intersted races. So not the prettiest mover, not the prettiest horse to watch, but he's pretty fast. And like you said, I'll be interested to see where he goes next. That was all the racing from Pimlico last weekend. We'll touch upon some stakes races took place at other venues as we wrap up the podcast this week, beginning with the Louisville handicap from Churchill Downs. It's a mile and a half race for the older is on the turf some lower level graded stakes worse is in his a slam. Got the job done here, just kind of Lulling this field asleep on the fraud and really never gave him a chance from the quarter pole because it just turned into a sprint to the wire. Yeah, this is I believe the only race. I bet outside of Pimlico in Saturday, and I bet Nessie a horse we had talked about on a previous podcast. And you know, I just think he was up against it with the pace, I think he ran well at I don't regret. The bet went the winner, just had it always own way, we have the fractions all coated in blue. It was a glacial piece for this class, but you know, he won easy enough. Got a one twenty time for MU as figure as the runner up. Nessie Enda fourth-place finish or go, both got one twenty Twenty-one which kinda is because of at slow pace, we're talking about so no regrets on times racist. Don't go your way. But Nestle's the one I'd still want. Have it here. I'm sticking with my thesis on Nessie, which is that it was the turn back distance that really got him to wake up at allowance race at KEMA last time. And maybe he wants to go a little bit short in the mile and a half these days because these mile averages just often turn into these payslip situations in it really does work against like Nessie just going to keep getting in the wrong trips in these sorts of races. Because he's got that one run closing style as for his a slam. He had run deceptively well in his prior start in the elk horn. Quesnel. And that was a much tougher field. And he was one of the horse to survive the pace of that race. So he made sense in this race. He was pretty short price so much, anything clever, the runner up shar rose. I thought he arguably could have won this race. If his writer, Chris Landeros had sort of kept him in that spot just behind his slam on the backstretch whereas instead he gave up position at that point in the race than had to go around towards the top of the stretch. Maybe that cost him the victory all these, though, they ran pretty well. It was just sort of a blanket finish at the end. Yeah. One thing you see what Tisza slam as last three races. Looking at our chart eastward, one twenty one twenty one in one twenty the really consistent horse, but is this shows the strength of the fields in the trips with those figures? He's finished six or thin in I in basically races of similar quality. I won't said the others were a little bit tougher but they was more effector trickier in. He always runs the same race as has to get the rip in may be a week or competition. Yep. For sure. Somewhat weaker spot out. We'll move down to Florida and check out the major state alstreet last weekend. That was the musical romance, which is local prep for the Princess Rooney on that summit of speed, carved out of Florida last winner of the Princess Rooney, some stormy embrace. She won this prep race. Did it price of late in the way she did it last year? She also took down, the, the musical romance, Prentice really double in twenty eighteen but this performance, one of the best of her career she won nineteen time from your speed figure in visually impressive performance to watch anytime you win a seven furlong race. I believe it was by ten Lenz, you're doing some serious running. It was pretty sure it was the best of array of career by a few points as she look good doing admit it was a race. I didn't see you. I wasn't really paying attention the Gulfstream when you put it out in the rundown for today, I had to go and watch it. You know it was super good. I really fast rates. One nineteen not quite Kofi level. I'm not sure he's going to be able to get this kind of trip against better competition, but she really good curious where we're going to go with her. Yeah, I'm sure it's going to be onto the Princess Rooney and she'll probably be pretty Ford in that race, depending on who comes forward. I'm not sure if she's a horse that can take her format side of Florida. We'll see if she's able to do about because this was the best performance of her career both stick with the sprinters on the dirt didn't go to Santa, Anita to see the last Barreiras stakes which is won by Mu-chou Gustavo. This is one of these horses of turning back from triple crown prep races for Bob Baffert. He had been successful sprinting earlier in his career. They got him back to sprinting, which is probably where he's going to be most successful moving forward. And he looked okay. I wasn't all that. Impressed with them to be honest. You only got a one. Oh, wait time for US speed figure it midway. He did it easy. It's on track. We have coded as red as favoring this case, where I'm not sure how actor that is. I'm going to have to go book at 'em again. All the dirt races. There weren't very many of them. I think there were only four maybe five on the card were won by short price horses who went wire-to-wire we do try to take that into account that rating. But when every single where races won by short bridge favorite. You can't eliminate it completely so not really blown away the disappointment. This race was sparky Bill who had tried synthetic last time out thought he'd run a little bit better moving back and he was just a complete no-show much running at all. So I'm just gonna draw kinda ignore this race going forward. I wasn't impressed by anyone in here, even the winter. Yeah. I know what you mean watching the Mason actually Lucho Gustav was. Briefly in deep water at the top of the stretch because he had a bunch of horses ranging up around him. Sparking getting a good trip inside of him before angling out. But I do think his bottom from participate in all of those stamina oriented, route races really kicked it at the end of this race because he was drawing from this fields like he had something left in the tank at the end. I know that Joe tell had asked a little bit to get them there, but he was finishing off this rates pretty well. So we'll say I portraying him as a sprinter in this race. But maybe a mile is fine for him. I wouldn't be surprised to get that distance as well in the future. But like you were saying he's not the fastest horse overall. So I wonder how good he really is. He was beating weaker field in this spot the wrap up the show with to race from Bill on park last weekend. One of which was the only stakes race. I believe it was run this past week at Belmont that was the great three soaring. Softly at seven furlongs for the three year old fillies on the turf and no surprise that Chad Brown. Won the race a bit of supplies. The Chad route one, the long shot and caused an upset you often see. Happen under. No, you see more often than you think with the, the, the other Chad Brown as many people like to say, but she ran. Well, I think it was her first time on turf. If I remember, right a which inserted expect some jumped from Chad Brown. When they moved the earth at the ant on verdict clearly in maybe people were looking at the speed figures that ran as a two year old. But that's the thing to do when horses comeback as rear OJ almost always have them the run faster if the trainer showing some confidence in him. And he clearly was in this spot. We actually gave a better figure to michelina who weren't run a real fast race. First time out, he said a fast paced

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"ogunsanya" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ogunsanya" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

"Surrey's like i like you but you know not enough your grossed you didn't blow me or whatever so then the girls are gossiping after you know mike by backstage gossip and back as i could give him me would expect chelsea to go home harden who loves a single mother baby finding a babysitter on match you wanna go out that's important in the girl in any and then the girl the curling iron quiet girl is talking to her producer from the side and now sees revealing her crazy which is why they let crystal go because now she's like and his staff about small things like i know we should be excited when we're traveling but i'm terrified is going to pick somebody else like today when jacqueline went on that date it was georgia to watch it atlanta i mean i couldn't even say like you the cute and then back as like murmur that girl when she was glad she got rose maybe next week own bitch she's going crazy breaking down like i've been looking for somebody just like ari and i've been able to find him and there are founded which she's going crazy and they're like lori ladies there's still a crazy lady on the loose i end so how many are left think they gave he gave out six roses right but then already a couple of one two three four five so seven other seven loved drivers ta lauren uh you know curling iron ogunsanya the name thrilling iron is his name okay to battle as hurley iron iowa beca manny beca.

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"ogunsanya" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"ogunsanya" Discussed on KKAT

"Might even remember show years ago you devoted a day to trying to convert conservatives liberals and colder and car cuba we share i worry about keeping my shirt they should give it to an illegal and then it ended up what i said it add to share with you all day would i have to go in a migraine qian tofu brick push because we've got to go down in the corner of and throw myintu ogunsanya mbaye i do recall that uber any oil i called abode i'm beginning to wonder how much not necessarily yelled at how much i can crush foot trump because we make it work he made the point that they could easily insurance companies on obamacare were coming to an end no question about it today he says he praising lamar alexander and uh what's your fate patty murray because they've come up with a bill that will legalise illegal anatoly ill sign it yeah that you're going to increase sugar continue the pressure on those who by obama care and can barely afford it now they got two more years the what to look forward to i don't know where this guy cohen trouble anymore voted for him obviously in california the great new but uh i i just don't know it can be taken edited word i i'm working this way i think you truly cares i think he's junior one you sincere but he found out rolfast how dc works during this guy doesn't work and why should get a bipartisan support i think you're he did some are bad for the key burbs some of the member trumper in the gop happy yaabed i'm right there with you it seems to me and i agree with you i think he does all over the country but it seems to me that e from time to time become concerned about boyer an opportunity to get the democrats koike me that's never going to happen well no are they they would be able to work together perhaps in a bipartisan fashion on one issue or another but now the democrats remember going to come over to were for through the republican side and you know he's a nieto fight in some ways you smarten after figure it out and hire people there no more than he does but at the end of the.

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"ogunsanya" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"ogunsanya" Discussed on KGO 810

"You know you know as a sign of insanity sons ogunsanya of of guns out none of belhadj morale attack there are other players in the patriots organization that have guns and at eight the head coach and it's also not tom brady nowadays that's right he does it now it's is true lows abilities were christie's gave me this look is hilarious chris works the board for his is a master engineer over there he shot me this group why did you to see what to read it it doesn't have tons anymore he's a yoga mba yogi yeah so they don't have guns mm you know who either somebody i'd like what if if anything i would like putin to wear the sleepless fled sharing of is so hampshire life so uh some that to those pictures of him from his summer siberian vaguely one is a young lad and ask they burien wilderness i am cost and now i'm just waiting for trump to try and one out that please do not take off your she hurt birth control please that's the only dynamic i president trump don't do it he's president please you waiting for what brad pitt to take off his shirt with her about brad pitt and stolen prompting an adversary julie that often a tree it's theme in video that like trump's vague asia and keeps in vladmir bruins like got a rifle and his running around shirtless new wilderness inch to the girl caroline diddly billionaire good i'm not sure you go and now i'm just say i just wanna add david iras look at each other again we had that look like we love you chrissy earned thing goes is thing get earlier today i wanted to the thing lousy show prep the wiedemann putin's this twenty four seven on his vacate just shirt lesbian guns and fishing and trump's tootling around a golf lay out by can't walk and he's got a red that gulf khor which by the way daves this they are the left lane to trump and the golf cart lee said that he's rage vilnai golf card man oh boy do you think people play laugh they they play worst with trump that he can win i only eight air force are you kidding me of course like i missed that one dorrell who co you know what.

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