Ada horse rescue must find new home

SONYA COLBERG Modified: July 23, 2009 at 6:06 am •  Published: July 23, 2009

/> Adel Nasreddine, president of Israel Diamond Supply in Tulsa, said he wants to buy the land she’s on now so she doesn’t have to move.

"The horses cannot speak for themselves and didn’t do anything wrong on their own, they’ve just been wrongly done.”

At the land auction, Nasreddine’s bid of $75,000 was declined. Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. bought back the property for $140,997, according to the county court clerk’s office.

Nasreddine said a couple of weeks ago somebody in California called and asked if he was interested in buying the property.

"I said of course, if they’ll take the $75,000 I will pursue it further. But I haven’t heard anything from anyone,” he said.

Nasreddine said he would like to buy the property and allow Greener Pastures to remain at least until Munson can find something permanent.

Representatives from Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. could not be reached for comment.

Munson said moving is always difficult.

"I don’t know what I will do,” she said.


How to help
The Greener Pastures Horse Rescue Foundation was formed in 1981 when Elizabeth Munson rescued 37 starving horses. For more information, call (580) 777-4774 or go to www.greenerpastureshorserescue.com.

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