Gold Stock, Running Fox Resources (TSX-V- RUN) Drilling Update and Trading
POINT ROBERTS, Washington, April 26, 2011 - www.InvestorIdeas.com, a leader in sector
research for investors including gold stocks, issues a tradng alert on Running Fox Resources,
(TSX-V: RUN), (OTC.PK: RFXRF), (FRANKFURT: C8Q) at market close for today. The company
recently released news on its Brett Gold and Silver Project. The stock was up over 5% at close of
Trading at Close April 26th:
Running Fox Resources, (TSX-V: RUN), trading at $0.28, up 0.01 (5.66%)
About Running Fox
Running Fox (TSX-V:RUN) (US OTC:RFXRF) (FRANKFURT:C8Q) is a Canadian growth-
oriented resource company with mineral projects including US uranium and Canadian gold
properties, oil and gas assets, and oilfield service operations.
Update on Running Fox Resources:
Running Fox 100% Gold and Silver Acquisition
Click here for latest press release and Drill intercepts table
Running Fox now owns 100% of the Brett Gold and Silver Project, over 50 square kilometres,
the majority is royalty free. Cash on hand to start drill programs, the Company also owns
other assets. Company geologists are preparing drilling plans to follow-up on the following
DH 87-29 interval-
DH 83-16 interval -
DH 87-42 interval -
DH 87-46 interval -
DH 88-02 interval -
DH 88-16 interval -
SEE DRILL INTERCEPTS
8.62 meters grading 25 grams per tonne gold;
33.5 meters grading 2.53 grams per tonne gold;
2.74 meters grading 33.94 grams per tonne gold;
15.55 meters grading 2.53 grams per tonne gold;
25.92 meters grading 1.68 grams per tonne gold;
33.53 meters grading 2.53 grams per tonne gold;
DH 88-17 interval -
DH 88-22 interval -
DH 88-32 interval -
DH 93-12 interval -
DH 93-17 interval -
DH 93-19 interval -
DH 04-01 interval-
DH 04-02 interval-
Importantly DH 04-12 interval 1.3 meters of 176 grams per tonne gold in a new shear zone.
6.10 meters grading 15.82 grams per tonne gold;
27.74 meters grading 2.88 grams per tonne gold;
16.76 meters grading 4.66 grams per tonne gold;
10.67 meters grading 3.87 grams per tonne gold;
3.05 meters grading 56.16 grams per tonne gold;
16.76 meters grading 35.79 grams per tonne gold;
10.2 meters grading 5.28 grams per tonne gold;
11.6 meters grading 10.39 grams per tonne gold; and,
These drill intercepts include the gold only, but there is also SILVER.
SILVER AND GOLD BULK SAMPLE PROCESSED BY TECK COMINCO: smelter receipts
averaged approx. 28 grams per tonne gold plus 64 grams per tonne silver
See website 3D Geological drillhole movie, 3D Footwall, complete maps, geochem, and drilling.
Significant early stage block calculations on a small portion of one shear zone-- and there are
numerous shear zones, running under large undrilled geochem zones with good gold
Contact the company
Steven Schurman, CEO,
Running Fox Resource Corp.
604 725 8868 www.foxgold.ca
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