December 21, 2009 US Gold announced significant exploration results from Nevada, USA. The best results continue to come from West Pick, including 0.06 opt (2.05 gpt) gold over 75 ft (22.9 m) in hole GB101 and 0.027 opt (0.94 gpt) gold over 180 ft (54.9 m) in hole GB103.
September 9, 2009 US GOLD announced that drilling at the Gold Bar Project in Nevada’s Cortez Trend has intersected a new mineralized zone and returned one of the best holes ever drilled at the property: in Hole GB48 with 2.9g/t gold over 45.7m, including 8.6g/t gold over 7.6 m and including 4.27g/t gold over 10.7m. In addition, step-out drilling on the east side of Gold Pick in Hole GB68 intersected 2.39g/t gold over 32.0m, including 6.67g/t gold over 4.6m.
February 15, 2006 Further drill results were announced. Holes GPQ-11 and GPQ-12 were drilled along the northeast extension of the feeder fault for the gold mineralization in Gold Pick East. Mineralization remains open in this direction. Hole GPQ-16 was a 30 metre (100 ft) offset to the south of hole GPQ-6, which contained 9.1 metres (30 ft) grading 2.11 g/t (0.062 opt) gold including 1.5 metres (5 ft) grading 7.88 g/t (0.23 opt) gold. Hole 16 established the width and continuity of the southwest extension of the feeder zone, more than 180 metres (600 ft) southwest of the resource boundary. The program consisted of 19 reversecirculation drill holes for a total of 3,554 metres (11,700 ft).