The city of Colleyville has completed a public art installation at the intersection of McDonwell School Road and Westcoat Drive.

According to the city, the horse statues are meant to complement the roundabout and surrounding area while acknowledging the city’s equestrian past.

The art installation, entitled “Then and Now,” is “a compilation of Colleyville history” that “offers insight into the early rural days when country was cool and a horse stood under every tree,” according to a city release.

Farming was common in the early days of rural Colleyville, which was the site of a number of horse farms through the 1970s and 1980s, the release said.