The sides were broadly similar, except that the Parliamentarians had trotters, the Royalists had gallopers and the Roundheads also had a Dragoon unit while the Cavaliers had a third unit of horse.
|The game begins as the Royalists begin to move up.|
|The Royalist horse are not mucking around at all!|
|The Parliamentarians are up for the challenge.|
|By this stage the Royalist horse have been worn down on either flank, while the Roundhead commander and his entourage ride down the flank of the Royalist musketeers.|
|But in turn the reserve Royalist cavalry charge into the flank of the Roundhead pikemen, causing massive casualties and forcing them to break.|
|The end of the battle with the last Parliamentarian musketeer unit in retreat, the Roundhead commander killed and the Cavaliers in possession of the town.|