|Remount Depot Mona (Urdu: رمونٹ ڈیپومونا)|
|Active||1902 - present|
|Type||Pakistan Army Depot|
|Role||Prime Breeding grounds for finest quality horses for Pakistan Army|
|Size||Area of more than 10,000 acres|
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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 a 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.
Mona started breeding horses in 1902. Donkey breeding studs were established in 1906.
The Army Equitation School 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 equestrian sports such as polo, show jumping and riding.
- Official websites
- Official website of Pakistan Army launched on 6 April 2009
- Official website of Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR)