Red River Resources Shares Up on High-Grade Gold Hit (ASX:RVR)

Red River Resources Shares Up on High-Grade Gold Hit (ASX:RVR)

The Red River Resources Ltd [ASX:RVR] shares rose today after hitting high-grade gold up to 27 g/t Au at Hillgrove.

Red River Resources Ltd [ASX:RVR] shares were up as much as 6.9% in early trade before retracing somewhat, trading up 2.4% at the time of writing.

The Red River share price, while down 20% year-to-date, has gained 150% over the last 12 months.

ASX RVR - Red River Resources Share Price Chart

Source: Red River Resources Ltd

High-grade gold

RVR disclosed results from two diamond drill holes targeting Curry’s Lode at its Hillgrove Gold Project in NSW today.

The gold miner deemed the drilling a success, with both holes intersecting gold and tungsten mineralisation.

RVR received peak assays up to 27.1 g/t Au (gold), 4.2% Sb (antimony) and 0.39% WO3 (tungsten).

The drilling followed up Red River’s phase one drill program, which also confirmed the presence of high-grade, gold-tungsten mineralisation.

CUY009 was the first hole to test Curry’s Lode mineralisation at depth, targeting about 100 metres below the best intercept identified from previous drilling.

CUY009 intersected 5.0m at 9.2 g/t Au, 0.6% Sb and 0.38% WO3 from 144 metres down hole, including 0.55m at 27.7 g/t Au, 4.2% Sb and 0.39% WO3 from 146 metres down hole.

Importantly, RVR reported that the most significant antinomy grades were intercepted by CUY009.

Why is this important?

According to Red River, this proves mineralisation remains open at depth.

In other results, CUY008A intersected 0.7m at 2.9 g/t Au and 0.3% WO3 from 26m down hole.

Company Presentation

Source: Company presentation

RVR ASX outlook

Red River will now undertake a detailed review to plan the next drill program.

The program will focus on extending the high-grade mineralisation along the strike area and at depth.

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BloombergSource: Bloomberg

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Regards,

Lachlann Tierney,
For The Daily Reckoning Australia

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