• Trailbreaker Resources (TSXV:TBK) has acquired the Golden Sable property in south-central British Columbia
  • The property is located roughly 175 kilometres northeast of Kamloops, BC and 20 kilometres south of Bridge Lake, BC
  • The company acquired the property through an option agreement with Cordilleran Properties and expanded by Trailbreaker through additional staking
  • Historic exploration on the property between 2006 and 2013 outlined a 3-kilometre-long gold-in-soil that remains open to the southeast
  • Shares of Trailbreaker Resources (V.TBK) opened trading at C$0.23

Trailbreaker Resources (V.TBK) has acquired the Golden Sable property in south-central British Columbia.

Located roughly 175 kilometres northeast of Kamloops, BC and 20 kilometres south of Bridge Lake, BC the property spans 2,568 hectares.

Trailbreaker acquired the property through an option agreement with Cordilleran Properties and expanded by the company through additional staking.

The property is an intrusion-related gold target and lies within the Quesnel tectonic terrain with a wide range of active and past-producing gold mines.

“We are very excited to add the Golden Sable property to Trailbreaker’s portfolio. This is an excellent greenfields gold target with great potential for expansion. In addition to confirming historic results and first pass exploration, the team will focus on planning a Phase 2 drill program while they are on site,” Daithi Mac Gearalit, CEO of Trailbreaker Resources, said in a statement.

Previous exploration on the property done by Amarc Resources between 2006 and 2013 outlined a 3-kilometre-long gold-in-soil anomaly that remains open to the southeast.

No follow-up drilling has been conducted to date, but Trailbreaker is planning a 2023 Phase 1 surficial exploration program.

The company said this will include channel sampling on the newly exposed outcrops, geological mapping, prospecting and soil sampling.

Shares of Trailbreaker Resources (V.TBK) opened trading at C$0.23..

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