Kootenay Gold Inc. – Surface Samples Indicate Potential

- July 21st, 2010

Kootenay Gold (TSE:KTN) reports surface samples for the “Gringo”, “Vineteria” and “Rico” Zones at the Promontorio Silver project.
This phase of exploration investigated 10 anomalies/target areas. Sampling and mapping was conducted with grab samples ranging from background to the above noted highs. Results outlined the presence of three areas of anomalous mineralization with similarities to the Promontorio Pit […]

Kootenay Gold (TSX:KTN) reports surface samples for the “Gringo”, “Vineteria” and “Rico” Zones at the Promontorio Silver project.

This phase of exploration investigated 10 anomalies/target areas. Sampling and mapping was conducted with grab samples ranging from background to the above noted highs. Results outlined the presence of three areas of anomalous mineralization with similarities to the Promontorio Pit and Northeast Zones, and appear to be controlled by a regional structural setting that also controls the mineralization of the Pit Zone.

Jim McDonald, CEO of Kootenay Gold says:

“Sampling Results and Airborne data define a belt of gold/silver and polymetallic mineralization which can be inferred to extend from the Promontorio Pit area in the south for some 25 km to the northwest. These high grade sampling results outline the presence of anomalous mineralization with similarities to the Pit Discovery zone where drilling has encountered high-grade silver-gold polymetallic breccias with drill hole intersections that include 18.4 meters grading 950 g/t and 151 meters grading 162 g/t silver-equivalent.”

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For Kootenay Gold’s company profile, click here.

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