History

The history of White Aspen Ranch begins with the dream of Dru Cederberg.  Dru has spent a lifetime riding and showing horses.  After her daughter began showing the same passion and enthusiasm for horses, Dru began to envision a riding facility surrounded by acres upon acres of green pastures; a child riding their first horse in a beautifully constructed training center with the child’s parents proudly watching just a short distance away.  This new facility would be safe, warm…fun.  Somewhere where all riders could come to enjoy their horses and know that they would be well cared for.

It wasn’t long before Dru realized that there were many other riders that shared her dream so she set out to find the perfect place to build this one of a kind, state-of-the-art, riding facility.  Dru found and purchased a 40 acre parcel of land just west of Billings, Montana from a local farming family.  To help bring her dream to life, Dru contracted CTA Architects to design a plan that would accommodate all of the services needed for the premier equestrian center.  Ground was broken and White Aspen Ranch was completed in December of 2006.  Interest in the facility grew rapidly prompting an additional 4000 sq. ft. boarding barn to be built on to the property in 2008.