Tag archives: horse racing

Feeling Justified
By Richard Mineards   |   June 14, 2018

It has been quite an extraordinary six months for Montecito realtor Houghton Hyatt. It began catastrophically when her home was destroyed in the devastating mudslides, but has ended ecstatically with her father Ted Nixon‘s horse Justify winning the coveted Triple Crown just 111 days after its first ever race. “It is all quite extraordinary,” says […]

Showing Some MOXI
By Richard Mineards   |   May 24, 2018

It was a night on the tiles when Monarch Wealth Strategies celebrated its 10th anniversary on the roof of the MOXI museum with 100 guests quaffing the vino and noshing on the comestibles. President and founder Aaron Clark, who has more than 500 clients and also just opened an office in Santa Maria, said: “It […]

Hyatts and Lows
By Richard Mineards   |   May 17, 2018

After the agony of losing her Montecito home in the January mudslides, realtor Houghton Hyatt felt the ecstasy of victory when her father Ted Nixon‘s horse, Justify, won the 144th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. “It was the most incredible feeling after what we had been through,” says Houghton, who is married to her entrepreneur […]