Tatyana Remley, 42, a known figure in North County for her association with the ill-fated Valitar horse show at Del Mar Fairgrounds in 2012, was arrested on August 2nd for allegedly attempting to hire someone to murder her husband, Mark Remley. Tatyana was taken into custody in Solana Beach and is currently held without bail at the Las Colinas Detention Facility.
Alongside the solicitation charge, Tatyana faces two weapon-related offenses, both involving firearms unregistered in her name. Records also indicate a previous arrest for vehicle theft in early June.
Tatyana and Mark Remley had a tumultuous past, marked not only by the premature closure of their acrobatic equestrian show but also by the abrupt shutdown of their cycling studio in Solana Beach in 2016. Recently, Tatyana filed for divorce, revealing allegations of abuse and financial hardship, while requesting $15,000 in monthly spousal support. The filing also contained claims of Mark’s violent behavior, with incidents including threatening her with firearms.
Mark Remley has reported that Tatyana proposed a $2 million offer to a mutual acquaintance in July to carry out his murder. Subsequent to this revelation, a fire engulfed their former shared home, with its cause currently under investigation. Tatyana claims ignorance about the fire’s origins, despite being present during the incident.
Past court records paint a picture of a volatile relationship, with claims and counterclaims of abuse and multiple divorce filings since their marriage in 2011. The couple recently separated in May, with Tatyana portraying a past lavish lifestyle in stark contrast to her present financial hardships.
The upcoming hearing for Tatyana Remley is scheduled for October 16th.