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The injurious habit of drawing in and swallowing air. Used of horses.

wind′suck′er n.
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Now the prospect of rain, and plenty of it, has them walking their box and windsucking at an alarming rate.
Other memorable performers included Abo, Chewit, Downsview, Lift Boy and Top Pop, but Moore's favourite was Boniton, a windsucking box-walker who had a dodgier heart than his master and required the company of a lamb in his box at all times.