NuLegacy Gold has announced the assay results of the last six holes out of the 18 hole drilling campaign conducted at the Red Hill gold project, Nevada. Two drill holes out of 18 have anomalous gold intercepts, Carlin-type trace element set, and many holes have potential intercepts.
Two huge Carlin-type gold systems have been discovered during drilling. Geochemical sampling and surface mapping have confirmed two more potential Carlin-type targets at the Red Hill project.
The company has scheduled for a follow-up drill program at the Central Pediment zone that has a previous hole BRH-013 and the additional three zones to vector into the high-grade mineralized gold in the geological cores of these systems.
The three drill holes at the long fault anomaly has several intervals over 0.1 g/t gold housed in silty grainy limestone, which is considered to be partially decalcified and has fine-grained pyrite traces. These intervals differ from 3 to 7.6 m grading up to 0.6 g/t of gold in broad anomalous intervals of gold. Strongly anomalous antimony, arsenic, thallium, and mercury are connected with the wider intervals.
The company has drilled two broadly-spaced holes at the Idaho Resources property and found anomalous gold intervals and related trace elements in altered carbonates.
A primary hole was drilled at the Coal Canyon for examining the grouping of a surface geochemical anomaly, a fault intersection, and a gold intercept in a hole situated approximately 150 m to the southeast part. The hole intercepted a thin interval of over 0.1 g/t gold in carbonate in a larger anomalous gold interval.
NuLegacy has cut the limits of many Carlin-type gold systems. Follow-up drilling has been scheduled to spot the high-grade potential gold in these mineralized systems’ geological center.