Pete commanded the French, I was the Elector of Bavaria, and Dave was Clerambaut. The Franco-Bavarian order of battle was as follows.
On the Anglo-Allied side Allen was Marlborough, Dough was his brother, and Robert was Eugene.
The Anglo-Allies were not as aggressive in the center as they were historically, while Pete's French were more so. The cavalry battle in the center favored the French with Allen having a series of bad die rolls. Doug's assault on Blenheim was a meat grinder with many drawn melees and brigades being reduced to ineffective strength.
Danish Cavalry falling back
The final outcome was a victory for the Franco-Bavarians. All figures are from Heroics and Ros. Buildings are all cardstock and are a mix of Paperterrain, Hard Cover, and others.
Forces are as follows. The Franco-Bavarians had one veteran cavalry and one veteran infantry brigades in the brigades commanded by Tallard. The were four veteran infantry brigades on the Anglo-Allied side. Two of Lumley's cavalry brigades and all five of Wurtemburg-Neuenstad's cavalry brigades on the Anglo side were the British and Danish cavalry which had a +1 die roll advantage against other cavalry. L, M, and H under artillery are light, medium, and heavy smoothbore artillery. There were 64 infantry figures and 48 cavalry per brigade. (2,368 infantry, 1776 cavalry). Both armies were almost equal in overall units with the Franco-Bavarians having one more artillery unit.