In Hindu mythology, Uchchaihshravas (Sanskrit: "long-ears" or "neighing aloud", Uccaiḥśravas) or (Uccaiḥśravā) is a seven-headed flying horse, that was obtained during the churning of the milk ocean. It is considered the best of horses, prototype and king of horses. Uchchaihshravas is often described as a vahana ("vehicle") of Indra - the god-king of heaven, but is also recorded to be the horse of Bali, the king of demons. Uchchaihshravas is said to be snow white in colour.
George Harrison's Dark Horse Records music label uses a logo inspired by Uchchaihshravas.