Golden Predator Corp GPD:CA announced assay results from its Gold Dome Project in Yukon. Highlights include 1.05 g/t gold over 9.1 metres (including 2.24 g/t over 3 metres), 1.49 g/t over 12.2 metres (including 3.51 g/t over 4.6 metres) and 0.77 g/t over 19.8 metres (including 5.13 g/t over 1.5 metres).
Chairman/CEO William Sheriff told ResourceClips.com, “The Gold Dome Project has a number of mineralized zones throughout a large gold-arsenic soil anomaly measuring 30 square kilometres. This is certainly one of the largest such anomalies in the Yukon, and our 2010 drilling program focused on just five different areas in that soil anomaly. We have just announced a new discovery in the previously unrecognized Swede Zone where five of our six holes have encountered significant mineralization that appears to be open ended. This zone occurs between the Tom and Hawthorne Ridge Zones and greatly enhances the prospectivity of being able to put together a large mineral resource on the property.
“We are looking forward to further results from our 2010 program in the near future from these zones as well as the Aorta and Harvey Ridge Zones,” Sheriff continued. “Mineralization at Gold Dome occurs across such a broad area that we will continue to drill important discovery-oriented holes throughout at least the next year. We still have a number of mineralized zones that have yet to be drilled that we will be targeting early in the 2011 season as we continue to offset our encouraging drill results obtained in 2009 and 2010.”
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by Ted Niles