Thesis Gold Inc. (TSX.V: TAU) recently released assay results from the Ridge Zone of the Ranch Gold Project in the Golden Horseshoe of north-central British Columbia, Canada.
The step-out drill campaign at the Ridge Zone has expanded the mineralized domains and provided crucial geological context that will be applied to future expansion projects. Drillholes 22RDGDD013 and 24 were a part of a larger step-out drilling program at the Ridge Zone that measured the extent of mineralization along the northeast-facing fault structure to the southern and northern extents. Drillholes 22RDG0011 and 17 evaluated the SE and SW extents of the Ridge Zone, delivering mineralization across the zone, with 22RDGDD011 expanding the SE extent of known mineralization and 22RDGDD017 filling in the region between the mineralized areas of the northern end of the Bonanza Zone and the southern edge of the Ridge Zone. The 2022 drill program has revealed that the structural characteristics of the Ranch Property include broad, interconnected fault zones with high-grade zones sandwiched in between. This makes a strong case for the property’s major resource potential.