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Remount Depot Mona (Urdu: ریمونٹ ڈیپومونا)
Remount Depot Monacoordinates are 32° 24' 0" North, 73° 6' 0"
Active 1902 - present
Country Pakistan
Type Pakistan Army Depot
Role Prime Breeding grounds for finest quality horses for Pakistan Army
Size Area of more than 10,000 acres
Website Pakistan Army

Army Remount Depot Mona is a depot of the Pakistan Army situated in Mandi Bahauddin Punjab Pakistan. It was established in 1902 and is home to breeding grounds for horses, mules and donkeys. It was originally designed to supply mountain artillery mules and general service mules. Mona is enlisted as full member of the World Arabian Horse Organization (WAHO). It is the largest functional remount installation in the world and is spread over 10,000 acres.

History[edit]

Mona started horse breeding in 1902. The donkey breeding studs in Mona were established in 1906.

A museum at the Army Remount Depot Mona has displayed the buggies used by Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Queen Elizabeth II as well as buggies used in the early 19th Century.

Equitation School[edit]

The Army Equitation School at Army Remount Depot Mona trains officers and junior-ranked personnel of the Pakistani Army and the countries of Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bangladesh, Jordan, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Nepal in different equestrian sports like polo, show jumping and riding.

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