Sum Trick, a stakes winner in his second start, has arrived at Gary and Christine Jackson's St. Hilaire Thoroughbreds near Yakima, Wash., where he will stand for a syndicate. Gary Jackson bought Sum Trick privately from Stan E. Fulton through Tim McMurry's Fleetwood Bloodstock.A 5-year-old son of Favorite Trick, Sum Trick won the Riley Allison Futurity in his second start and ran second in the San Vicente Stakes (gr. II), ahead of Southern Image, in his first outing at three. He retired with wins or placings in five of 11 races and earned $145,291. His dam, Missuma (by Procida), is a half-sister to three graded stakes winners, including Belmont Stakes (gr. I) winner Summing. A fee will be announced later.