Wool winder

a person employed to wind, or make up, wool into bundles to be packed for sale.

See also: Wool

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ORBY started at 100-9 for the Derby, joint-fourth favourite with Wool Winder, owned by Colonel Ned Baird - who, Croker was well aware, was one of the signatories of the Jockey Club letter refusing him access to Newmarket Heath.
Slieve Gallion took up the running at the mile post and led down the hill, where Wool Winder suffered interference and was pushed back as Orby improved.
He veered to the right, as Orby took the lead and Wool Winder tried to make up lost ground.
Mrs Jessop was a wool winder in a Huddersfield mill.
Other highlights of the exhibit include ``The Laundress,'' ``Education of a Young Savoyard,'' ``The Wool Winder,'' ``The Spoiled Child,'' ``The Drunken Cobbler'' and ``The Angry Wife.