High Desert Gold Reports Strong Drill Results from Its Gold Springs Project

- August 19th, 2010

High Desert Gold (CVE:HDG) reports results from its drill program at the Gold Springs project that was conducted in both Utah and Nevada. The program was successful in extending the known gold mineralization within the main Jumbo Zone and also intersected a second, deeper zone in one drill hole that has potential to further extend the mineralization. Ralph […]

High Desert Gold (TSXV:HDG) reports results from its drill program at the Gold Springs project that was conducted in both Utah and Nevada.

The program was successful in extending the known gold mineralization within the main Jumbo Zone and also intersected a second, deeper zone in one drill hole that has potential to further extend the mineralization.

Ralph Fitch, President of High Desert Gold says:

“The Jumbo Zone is the first of eleven potential zones on the property. Management believes there is significant potential at Gold Springs. The Jumbo Zone is a large tabular body of mineralization presently about 800 metres long dipping at approximately 70 degrees to the east that has been identified from surface to depths of a couple of hundred metres. Mineralization is a wide envelope with samples averaging 0.3 to 0.5 g/t gold which contains a higher grade central portion averaging greater than 0.6 g/t gold with bands exceeding one gram per tonne. Typical gold grades carried as reserves in other heap leach mines in Nevada and elsewhere, include Marigold 0.63 g/t, Round Mountain 0.64 g/t and Fort Knox 0.45 g/t. We plan to follow up aggressively with further drilling at Jumbo and other zones.”

For complete news release, click here.

For High Desert Gold’s company profile, click here.

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