As one of the great Native American warriors, Crazy Horse remains perhaps the most enigmatic. Scorned from childhood for his light colored hair, he spurned the finery and honors characteric to the Lakota Sioux. Crazy Horse led his people to their greatest victory, at the Greasy Grass: the Battle of the Little Big Horn, where Custer fell. Yet this was not his greatest personal victory. Instead, Crazy Horse's entire life was a triumph of the spirit. In his youth, he was set apart by a powerful vision of Rider, the spiritual expression of his future, and by the passion and grief of his overwhelming love for a woman. Only in battle could his fiery heart find rest. Still, he managed to find his way with the old-wisdom of the Lakota, and beat the U.S. Army on its own terms. He lived, and died, his own man. This is the legendary life of Crazy Horse.