What do you guys think about using a cooler in the winter, after riding. Yesterday when I brought Jubilee back into the barn after a ride, her body was steaming a bit. She wasn't hot or anything because I had walked her out. But I've always been told you don't want the horse to catch a cold from sweat when riding in the winter. She was kind of wet because it was snowing outside, but I didn't want her to catch a chill, so I put my winter blanket on her, but kept it off her back end where she was wet. I didn't want to trap the moisture inside. I was thinking how it would be much easier if I had some sort of cooler to use. What do you guys think? Do you use coolers in the winter, and if so, what kind?