Crazy Horse (disambiguation)
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Crazy Horse (c. 1840–1877) was an American Sioux chief.
Crazy Horse may also refer to:
- Crazy Horse, nickname of English footballer Emlyn Hughes (1947–2004)
- Charles Bennett (fighter) (born 1979), American martial arts fighter known for his nickname "Krazy Horse"
- Kandia Crazy Horse, American musician and rock critic
- Nickname of Mike Cuellar (1937–2010), American professional baseball pitcher
- Nickname of Ram Vaswani (born 1970), English professional poker player
- Nickname of Lewis Moody (born 1978), English professional rugby player
- Nickname of Ángel Pagán (born 1981), Puerto Rican professional baseball player
- Crazy Horse (band), American rock band associated with Neil Young
- Crazy Horse (album), debut album of above rock band
- "Crazy Horses" (song), a 1972 song by The Osmonds, covered by a.o. KMFDM
- Crazy Horse (Paradiso Girls album), is the debut album by Paradiso Girls
- Crazy Horse (cabaret), French night club (and other entertainments named after it)
- The Crazy Horse, a Lebanese cabaret and brothel
- Crazy Horse Too, a former Las Vegas strip club
- Crazy Horse, the club managed by Adriana La Cerva, in the TV show The Sopranos
- Crazy Horse, Stockholm, defunct tavern in Stockholm, Sweden
Film and television
- Chief Crazy Horse (film), a 1955 western movie starring Victor Mature
- Crazy Horse (film), a 1996 western film
- Crazyhorse (magazine), an American magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays
- Crazy Horse Memorial
- Crazy Horse rifle
- USS Crazy Horse (NCC-50446), a fictional Excelsior class starship in the Star Trek universe
- Crazy Horse, was the original name of the BP Thunder Horse Oil Field Project
- Crazy Horse, Lake Havasu
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