The entire Royalist horse, including 2 units I painted a while back. Below are the ones that haven't appeared on the blog yet).
Colonel Thomas Morgan's Regiment
Morgan's cornet showing Saint Michael slaying a dragon.
Sir George Vaughan's regiment (Sir George was wounded at Lansdown)
Vaughan's cornet (Experto crede-Trust the Experienced )
Lord Digby's Regiment of horse
Digby's cornet (Illuc omnes-Thither everyone the centre of the circle representing the king)
Lord Crawford's regiment (I could only find information on cornets for 3 Royalist horse regiments, so had to invent the others).
Crawford is using Horatio Carey's cornet. Carey's regiment was at Lansdown but fighting for Parliament. Carey himself had changed sides and adopted this flag.....the motto is mocking the Earl of Essex, a fine commander but whose wife was notoriously promiscuous).
Most of the Royalist cavalry took to their heels halfway through the battle of Lansdown, and they were outnumbered in the first place.
I have finished all the rank and file for both sides now. I just need to get the Parliamentarian cavalry photographed and then both armies together....almost there!!