Weil's history of Allied cavalry in 1813 (p. 154) gives the French force as 8th, 11th, and 19th Chasseurs "of Latour-Maubourg's corps" and losses in captured as 19 officers (including Col. Talleyrand) and some 500 men.
However, this ORBAT seems odd given I and II Cav Corps ORBATs of 15 August and 16-19 October (Bowden, pp. 279-81; Nafziger, pp. 361-2):
3rd Lt Cav Division (Chastel)
1st Brigade (Vallin)
8th Chasseurs: Col was Alexandre-Edmond de Talleyrand-Périgord as Ron McG has indicated (Quintins)
2nd Brigade (Merlen)
3rd Brigade: 2nd, 3rd, 6th Chasseurs
11th Chasseurs per this source were under 1st Brigade/2nd Lt Cav Division in II Cavalry Corps.
Talleyrand was exchanged shortly thereafter (Talleyrand family history.
Historiques of 8e and 9e Chasseurs might be helpful.