May 31, 2010 Patriot Gold Corporation reported operational results for the year ended May 31, 2010. To date the exploration work undertaken on the NK property located in Nevada, USA has consisted of detailed mapping, additional surface sampling and definition of drill targets. Additional work contemplated for the project includes a detailed geophysical survey along the range front to determine potential for buried mineralization and a drill program to test the resultant anomalies. To date exploration on the Weepah gold property located in Nevada, USA has consisted of a detailed geologic map and geochemical sampling of the project area. Mapping and sampling have identified mineralization consistent with the nearby active Mineral Ridge mine. The company contemplates a geophysical survey to identify mineralization under alluvial cover within the southern portion of the claim block. At Imperial gold property also located in Nevada the company is currently evaluating the drill locations and results of the programs completed by Goldfields in order to determine the next phase of exploration for the property.
May 31, 2008 Reported that it was evaluating the drill locations and results of the programs completed by Goldfields in order to determine the next phase of exploration.
The second phase of the drilling was completed in the fall of 2005. This phase included 21 holes for a total of 4,940 feet. Goldfields drilled 14 holes in the Resource Target area with all but 5 containing +0.01 oz/ton gold intercepts. Two of the holes intersected, or came close to intersecting, the feeder structure within the favorable host sediment. Hole IR-22 contained 35 feet averaging 0.072 oz/ton gold and IR-23 contained 25 feet at 0.034 oz/ton gold including 5 feet at 0.096 oz/ton at the bottom of the hole. The drilling indicates the gold is located within one nearly flat-lying favorable sedimentary unit (a calcareous siltstone) that is approximately 50
feet thick. Gold grade drops off quickly as one moves away from the feeder fault. Holes drilled beneath the mineralized unit, even those intersecting the feeder fault, were barren. The flat-lying mineralization appears to dip gently to the northwest and is approximately 200 feet wide and 40 to 50 feet thick. The gold bearing horizon has not been drilled to the southwest. (May31/08)
February 28, 2005 10 of a proposed 30 RC drill holes on the property were completed for a total of 2,995 feet. A total of 40 samples have been taken of quartz vein related mineralization underground. This work confirmed the presence of high grade values in the two adits sampled and will help target further drilling.