a.1.(Far.) Affected with thick wind.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He was very thick-winded and David often said he took an amazing amount of work to get fit.
A thick-winded horse, no amount of work is enough for him and he was puffing like a train when just outpointed by Race Leader in the Thirsk Classic Trial.
However, he can be rather thick-winded and therefore I'd expect him to need this first race of the year.
"I've been delighted with this horse, because last year he was very thick-winded. He'd travel well but then hit a flat spot and not get going again until the race was over.
She's a big, thick-winded horse who needs plenty of racing, so she might find a bit of improvement from her run last week."
"He's quite a tall, angular horse and quite thick-winded, and it will have done him the world of good.