French Dragoons - from the marvelous Foundry FPW range with a particularly wonderful officer figure - very hard to get!
The famous Chasseurs D'Afrique - arguably the most effective French cavalry of the war. These figures have the taller shako-style parade cap worn at the start of the conflict - which they soon swapped for the soft kepi on campaign. Note the Spahi Algerian native cavalry behind them - they were the most effective French cavalry in the second or Republican phase of the war.
French Guard Lancers in mantle with command in full uniform (the officer in the white 'parade' jacket) - again, some of the simpler but nicest of the Foundry figures in the range.
One Russian hussar, an Austrian kuirassier and uhlan (lancer) - alles kaput!
The French version - a Carabinier, lancer and cuirassier - hors d'combat!
and some dead 'orses!
Revell, Airfix, Italeri (plastics 1/72nd) & Minifigs
A dead cuirassier horse - being French they'll probably use the breastplate to cook a bit of him up after the battle!
I was loath to use good 28mm horses as casualty markers - too expensive and fiddly to alter - then I found the old plastics when selling my 20mm collection. I know they are 1st Empire Napoleonics but they actually fit in and look better on the table than other markers. I've mounted the horses (excuse the pun) on two overlapping card bases, the idea being that one casualty marker can represent up to four casualties per unit. I've used exactly the same method on the casualty figures for the French and Prussian infantry. You can never have enough casualty figure markers in large Black Powder games!