This is a follow up to my previous question. In all the examples given there was some other advantage that decided the battle and not encirclement. For example at Narva
They attacked inexperienced Russian regiments and crumbled them one by one.
Also Finnish Motti tactics in the winter war, Teutoburg etc are a type of divide and conquer ambush tactic and not simply an encirclement. At Alesia there are no historical details but I have not seen evidence Rome had less cavalry than the enemy.
I cant find any examples where the encircler didn't have have a superior local number of motivated cavalry.
Has an encirclement ever succeeded with numerically inferior cavalry?