n.1.(Far.) A horse given to wind-sucking
2.(Zool.) The kestrel.
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His dam was a violent crib-biter and a wind-sucker and I took her to the sales but couldn't get rid of her.
He was a horse with problems - a wind-sucker, crib-biter, box-walker and weaver.
His veterinary certificate said that he had had an operation for colic and that he is a wind-sucker.
I forgot to tell John the horse wasn't Nijinsky," quipped Haggas, before going on to explain that Complimentary has dodgy ankles and is a wind-sucker.