Unlike the other armies of the 100 Days Campaign, the Prussian army did not have large contingents of cavalry. Doled out in packets to each corps, their cavalry was not organized in large bodies, indeed during the campaign they only employed light horse, be it called ulans, hussars, landwehr or dragoons.
Thus with the ratios and organization I am employing, the whole Prussian horse is some only some 6 elements strong; with each corps having 1 or 2 elements attached to each respectively. And quite the mix of types they were. I sought to have one regiment represent each brigade which I completed recently.
The two ulans, two landwehr, one dragoon and hussar elements are, for the most part, metal Perrys but for the plastic 6th Hussars which I made and painted earlier. [ see previous post ]
Oh, and if you love lancers, Prussians are for you, as only the hussars and dragoons do NOT use the lance. By March of 1815, regulations stated that all lances carry the white over black pennons rather than the various regimental colored pennons previously.