Laura Chapot of Neshanic Station, N.J., took top honors for the Devon Horse Show Saturday night, winning the Open Jumper Championship on Bradberry with 401/2 points and also taking the Leading Open Jumper rider title for the fourth time in six years.

Along with her four wins in the Open Jumper division that counted toward the Leading Rider title, Chapot won two Six-Year-Old classes and a Seven-Year-Old class for an unprecedented seven jumper wins at Devon.

Chapot's student, Madeline Cox, also won an Amateur Owner Jumper class and finished as Reserve Champion.

"Winning never gets old," Chapot said. "In this sport, you're riding on top and you think you're a genius, then next thing you're on the ground."

Carson Kressley, a star of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, won two championships.

Kressley drove Hoof Prince, owned by Annika Bruggeworth of Mays Landing, N.J., to the Fine Harness Amateur Championship, and later rode his Enchanting Memories to the championship in the Five-Gaited Saddle Horse Stake, Amateur to Ride.

Todd Minikus of Loxahatchee, Fla., and Pavarotti scorched the jump-off course to win the $50,000 Idle Dice Open Jumper Stake.

Amelia McArdle of Barrington Hills, Ill., rode her Pilot to the only clean round in the nine horse jump-off in the $15,000 Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic to win the class and take the Amateur Owner Jumper Championship and the Leading Amateur Owner Rider title.

Kathleen Fisher of West Chester, on her North Shore, and Katie Furches of Oley, Pa., on her Ultina, tied for the Grand Championship of Local Hunters.