It was interesting and somewhat strange to do only a section of the battle having relatively recently completed our bicentennial game of the whole thing.
Massed French-Allied heavy cavalry; marvellous. Caulaincourt with II Reserve Cavalry Corps to the front and Latour-Maubourg's IV Reserve Cavalry Corps behind them.
Gerard's division began the attack on Likhachev’s troops, coming around north-west of the redoubt. The first charge by the French infantry was stopped by Russian fire.
On the other flank, the Saxon cuirassiers attacked the carabinier-beating-jägers in square and were pushed back. The Saxon garde du corps went on their merry way breaking the square of the Oufa regiment before rallying back to refrom. Caulaincourt's chevau légers lanciers broke the 18th jäger, followed on and pushed back by Emperor/Empress cuirassiers
The 5th cuirassiers charged the square of the Rilsk/Ekataterinburg infantry and were pushed back with heavy loss. Worse still, the 8/10th cuirassiers attacked the square of the Seleguinsk/Kopor regiment, were pushed back in mêlée and taken off table, so lost—ouch!
Not surprisingly, Calaincourt's corps was demoralised.
Calaincout's demoralised cavalry changed several units and failed combats.
The Chirvan regiment formed square when charged by Latour-Maubourg’s Polish lancers and pushed them back.
Grouchy's cavalry advanced around the French-Allied left flank.
The Bourtirki regiment pushed the back attack from infantry of Gerard's division, but Likachev’s division was demoralised.
Sumskii hussars broke the 5th cuirassiers from Caulaincourt's demoralised command which was in turn broken.
Kreutz's dragoons attacked the 3rd Polish lancers and broke them.
Korf II's cavalry attacked around left and right flank of Tolstoy's division.
The 15th Polish lancers from Latour-Maubourg’s corps charged Kreutz's horse battery, both fought until broken!
Broussier’s division attacked around the north-west of the second ridge towards Tolstoy’s troops
Latour-Maubourg's corps failed morale at 1/2 strength and the two Saxon units and Westphalian artillery which remained retreated.
If we played this scenario again, we'd modify the victory conditions as the need to capture the rear ridge line makes for a slightly ahistorical version of this section of the battle.