SB 10.36.13

tam āpatantaṁ sa nigṛhya śṛṅgayoḥ
 padā samākramya nipātya bhū-tale
niṣpīḍayām āsa yathārdram ambaraṁ
 kṛtvā viṣāṇena jaghāna so ’patat
Synonyms: 
tam — him; āpatantam — attacking; saḥ — He; nigṛhya — seizing; śṛṅgayoḥ — by the horns; padā — with His foot; samākramya — treading; nipātya — making him fall; bhū-tale — onto the ground; niṣpīḍayām āsa — He beat him; yathā — like; ardram — wet; ambaram — a garment; kṛtvā — making; viṣāṇena — with his horn; jaghāna — struck; saḥ — he; apatat — fell.
Translation: 
As Ariṣṭa attacked, Lord Kṛṣṇa seized him by the horns and knocked him to the ground with His foot. The Lord then thrashed him as if he were a wet cloth, and finally He yanked out one of the demon’s horns and struck him with it until he lay prostrate.