Pair trampled by horse during wild brawl in Times Square

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They weren’t horsing around!

A mounted police horse trampled over two men grappling on the ground in Times Square during a wild brawl last week, video shows.

Footage posted on social media showed the pair wrestling on the ground, with one of them repeatedly pummeling the other as bystanders tried to step in.

The mounted unit could be seen hopping over the men, as another person made off with a bike lying near them.

And those weren’t the only crosses flying at the Crossroads of the World on Saturday night.

Another clip showed a man with a bloodied face, his mask pulled down to his chin, throwing a young person against a wall by the neck of his hoodie — as a third person tried to step in.

At least two NYPD officers broke the tussle up, the footage showed.

Police said they received reports of two melees in Times Square at around 9 p.m. that night.

The first involved a 20-year-old man who was left with a bloody mouth after he said he got punched by another man, according to cops. He was treated at the scene by emergency responders.

In the other fight, a 22-year-old man said he fell and got kicked in the head while getting into it with a group of men.

He was taken to St. Luke’s Hospital for treatment, police said.

It’s unclear what prompted either of the tussles. There were no arrests as of Tuesday evening and the investigation was ongoing, the NYPD said.

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