Laura Chapot of Neshanic Station, N.J., won her fourth class at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair on Friday, this time on Bradberry in the $20,000 Gambler's Choice.

Bradberry has accounted for three of Chapot's four victories.

In the Gambler's Choice, each fence is assigned a number from 30 to 120, according to its difficulty, and riders make up their own courses, trying to get the most points in 50 seconds.

Chapot and Bradberry, last to go in the class, put up a score of 1,430 points to beat Maggie Jayne on Lucille, with a total of 1,300 points.

"He's a lot of fun," Chapot said of Bradberry. "He fits me perfectly. He's not a lot of people's ride, but I feel more comfortable on him than on any other horse. He's pretty quiet around the barn. He gets excited at shows."

Saturday's class, the $50,000 Idle Dice Stake, will decide a tight race between Chapot and Peter Leone for the Open Jumper Championship and the Open Jumper Leading Rider title.

Ronald C. Palmer's Park Drag won the four-in-hand Coaching Obstacle Course class Friday to eke out the win in the championship with 17 points.

Second-place Harvey Waller's Road Coach took Reserve honors with 15 points in a race that was decided by the final class.

In the last Five-Gaited Pleasure Class Friday, CH Titleist Right Tonight, owned by Nancy Ehle of Orefield, Pa., and presented by Allyson Ehle, won. Manhattan Whirlwind, owned by Kathleen Ververeli of Allentown, placed second.