The Internet (the Misinformation Superhighway) frequently attributes "May God grant us love for that which has splendor" to Pindar — without, of course, ever once citing an actual verse — and sometimes mixes Pythian
3.62 in for good measure (e.g. Pindar quote: My God grant me love for that which has splendor...
). A rather careful scrutiny of all the Epinikia
reveals no such statement. Pindar's mission, after all, was not to love splendor, but to praise valor, thus "pleasing and trafficking with nobility" (Pythian
2.96 ἁδόντα δ' εἴη με τοῖς ἀγαθοῖς ὁμιλεῖν). The one instance in which he uses the term φιλἀγλαος ("lover of splendor") pertains not to a human, but to Agrigentum, a place of splendid monuments (Pythian
The lines that follow in your citation ("Let us wonder ... as you run!") are evidently meant as a modern reflection, not a quotation from Pindar.