Unfortunately, there is no all-graded stakes Pick 4 on the latter half of Saturday’s Del Mar program. Instead, we’ll concentrate on the Pick 3 that runs from the Torrey Pines (G3) through the Pacific Classic (G1) and look to beat seemingly vulnerable favorites in all three legs. Race 8 — Torrey Pines #1 INTO CHOCOLATE (10-1) is the least experienced of the group but also has the most upside. Dam is a half to multiple Grade 1 winner Harmonious and this filly adds blinkers after finishing second against allowance foes after an untimely stumble at the start. Pace scenario looks favorable. #3 COLONIAL CREED (8-1) was third of five in the Summertime Oaks (G2) in late May, her dirt debut. Enters fresh and is a seasoned two-turn performer. Race 9 — Del Mar Oaks (G1) #2 MAXIM RATE (20-1) hasn’t been nearly as effective in her last two as she was earlier this spring, but price is definitely right on a filly that showed plenty of class on this circuit before. #11 LADY PRANCEALOT (8-1) is rarely out of the mix and could provide a potent late kick. #10 MUCHO UNUSUAL (5-1) is three-for-three on turf and can pretty much win from anywhere. #7 DOGTAG (8-1) is the “lesser” half of the Chad Brown shippers, but don’t think she had an optimal run in an intramural, three-horse race in the Lake George (G3) last time. Race 10 — Pacific Classic With morning line favorite Seeking the Soul not always reliable outside Churchill Downs, #2 QUIP (9-2) is the pick to adapt best to the ship west. Much improved this year and often tough as nails in a stretch battle. The $1 ticket: 1,3 with 2,7,10,11 with 2 = $8