The Anza Valley Chamber of Commerce is revealing the groundbreaking on the long awaited project to install two rearing horse metal statues at the corner of Contreras Road, across from Minor Park and Fire Station 29 in Anza. The installation is slated for the coming weeks, at an exact date yet to be announced.“The Chamber bought the statues for the town of Anza,” said Chamber president Tish Clark. “This project has been delayed due to the lack of a proper, protected and visible location. But that hurdle has been overcome and we are ready to move forward.”This is the Chamber’s third Anza beautification project to be accomplished under the direction of Clark. The first project was the cleanup of the western motif and hitch at the Once Upon a Thread thrift store on State Hwy.