wind-sucking


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wind-suck·ing

(wind'sŭk-ing)
equine veterinary medicine a more severe form of crib-biting in which air is ingested abnormally and forcefully by swallowing.
See also: aerophagia
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Voy Por Ustedes, seven years old, hard, fit, tall and lean with a strap round his throat to counter his wind-sucking habit, is not there to play.
In terms of veterinary guarantees, the buyer has the right to return the horse within two days if it does not pass a veterinary exam or meet the normal conditions of sale, described by Feerick as "box-walking, wind-sucking, and that sort of condition".