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GOOD OPINION OF GLORIFIER. Nc«- York. April ... lasses II. MeCeCBstck, n » letter to a friend in HiN etty, says that If Gloritior stands the railroad ride from New Orleans to Graves-end without mishap he will esasc very near winning the tarter llandieap. M.toriniek says that Gloritier. I l]ii.li class horse, was never in better physical condition than at present, that he is perfectly sound and that his speed is remarkable. His recent fast mile at New Orleans has eaused many horsemen to believe that Gtorbler will be the one to make it iu- tetesUag tot the mighty Besehea in the Garter. t.loi jher was one of the tiost two year olds in train-in;, but since thai lime he has not done much no ing. Consequently HeCanateh ladieves- that the sou of Hastings — Glory is ready to score some notable su. cesses aa the easiern tracks.