After fighting bravely at Quatre Bras the Regiment took part in one of the most famous incidents of the Battle of Waterloo. The charge of the 92nd.alongside the horsemen of the Scots Greys (The North British Dragoons) against the French infantry of D'Erlon's Corps. During the battle, the Royal Scot's Greys were part of the Union Brigade of cavalry under General William Ponsonby positioned along the left flank of the Duke of Wellington's 3rd Line. Directly in front of the Greys was Lt. General Thomas Picton's 5th Infantry Division which included the 92nd Highlanders as part of Sir Denis Pack's 9th Brigade. As the French infantry made its advance, the British heavy cavalry was ordered to attack by the Earl of Uxbridge. As they passed through the British infantry before them, the Royal Scots saw their fellow countrymen, the Gordons, and shouted "Scotland Forever." The cry rallied the men of the 92nd who according to legend grabbed on to the stirrups of the Greys and were carried forward this way into the midst of the battle. Together these two Scottish regiments (about 1200 strong) repulsed and then routed an advancing entire French infantry column of almost 4,000 men!