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Trains and upgrades hand and ranged cavalry.
—In-game description

The Corral is a military building in Age of Empires III: The WarChiefs that is unique to the Haudenosaunee and Lakota, and becomes available once the Commerce Age is reached. It fulfills a similar role to the Stable.


Age Unit Cost Pop. Limit Civ.
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Kanya horseman icon.png Kanya Horseman 100 food,
75 wood
2 Haudenosaunee
Axe rider icon.png Axe Rider 160 food,
40 coin
Bow rider icon.png Bow Rider 100 food,
75 coin
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Musket rider icon.png Musket Rider 55 food,
100 coin
Rifle rider icon.png Rifle Rider 120 food,
100 coin
Tashunke prowler icon.png Tashunke Prowler 150 food,
75 coin


Age Technology Cost Effect Civ.
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Horse Secrets.png Horse Secrets 400 wood,
400 coin
Kanya Horsemen and Musket Riders get +10% speed; All Cavalry train 35% faster Haudenosaunee
Bonepipe Armor.png Bonepipe Armor 500 wood,
250 coin
Cavalry get +1.0x multiplier against artillery Lakota

Further statistics[]

As Corrals are unique to the Haudenosaunee and Lakota, only technologies that they have access to are shown in the following table:

Building strengths and weaknesses
Strong vs. Nothing
Weak vs. Everything
Hit points Flying Buttress.png Flying Buttress (+20%)
Construction cost Cree Textile Craftsmanship.png Cree Textile Craftsmanship (-25% wood)
Tupi Forest Burning.png Tupi Forest Burning (-20% wood)

Home City Cards[]

As Corrals are unique to the Haudenosaunee and Lakota, only their cards and other civilizations' TEAM cards are shown in the following tables:


Definitive Edition[]

  • With update 20322, the Horse Secrets upgrade improves cavalry training speed by 35%.


A corral is a building in which horses are housed. Horses provided the American Indians with speed and mobility, particularly during battle and when hunting large game such as buffalo.

After an extended period of absence from the Western Hemisphere, the horse was reintroduced to the New World in the 1500s by the Spanish. As horses spread across the continent, the Plains Indians in particular became known for their skills as riders and horse breeders.