Grade II winner Caller I. D. , who is represented by five stakes winners this year, arrived the past weekend at Thomas Reigle's Reigle Heir Farms near Grantville, Pa. The 13-year-old son of Phone Trick stood the past breeding season at Walnford Stud in New Jersey."This is a powerful horse, built for speed," said Reigle. "With all the racing up to mile in Pennsylvania, he's a perfect fit."Caller I. D., who was produced from the Ramsinga mare Plagiarizing, has sired 17 stakes winners. He will stand for $3,000 live foal, or $2,500 for Pennsylvania-registered mares.