Lahontan Gold Corp

Website: www.lahontangoldcorp.com
Primary ticker: PRIVATE
Stage of development: Exploration
Primary minerals: Gold, Silver
Project to promote: Santa Fe, Redlich, Moho
Project location: Mineral and Esmeralda County
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Lahontan Gold Corp (“LGC or Lahontan”) controls three gold and silver exploration projects in the heart of Nevada’s prolific Walker Lane. The flagship asset, the 26 km2 Santa Fe Project, is a past producing open-pit gold and silver mine; 420,000 ounces of gold and 2.8M ounces of silver were recovered from shallow oxide Carlin-style ore bodies.

Historic drilling shows that precious metal mineralization extends at depth and along strike from these open pits. In addition, an extensive area of gold and silver mineralization in Tertiary volcanic rocks, defined by soil and rock chip samples, has never been tested by drilling. LGC believes the Santa Fe Project has the potential to host a multi-million ounce gold resource. Our other projects, Moho and Redlich, are drill- ready and have the potential to add additional gold and silver resources.

Key investor takeaways
• District scale land package with 32 square km in the Nevada’s
Walker Lane.
• Au & Ag mineral inventory is open and un-constrained by
drilling or geology
• Historic mining underscores the potential for massive upside

Management Profile

Kimberly Ann Founder, Chairman, CEO, President

Ms. Kimberly Ann is a mining executive who has founded multiple Junior Mining companies and served in a variety of senior executive positions including CEO, President, CFO and Board Member. In the past twelve years, Kimberly Ann has raised over $210M in project financing and collaborated on three Junior Mining M&A projects. While at Prodigy Gold, Kimberly Ann was responsible for all aspects of the company’s corporate communication program, facilitating equity financings, generating analyst coverage, participating in key aspects of corporate M&A leading to the $340M buyout of Prodigy by Argonaut Gold. Kimberly was CFO and VP Corporate Development at PPX Mining Corp, successfully bringing the high-grade Callanquitas gold-silver underground mine into production in Northern Peru. In 2017, Kimberly founded Latin America Resource Group (“LARG”), building Jasperoide from two small concessions into a 57 square kilometre strategic project in the heart of Peru’s most prolific copper-gold mineralized belt. In 2020, LARG merged with Carube Copper Corp. to create C3 Metals Inc., setting the stage for value creation throughout C3’s project portfolio. Kimberly is also the Managing Partner of KA Gold LLC, a private company with a portfolio of advanced gold-silver exploration projects in Nevada. Kimberly attended the University of Washington, majoring in Business and Marketing.


Brian Maher. Director of Exploration
Brian J. Maher is an economic geologist with over 34 years of experience in the international mining and exploration industry. Currently Brian is the President and CEO of PPX Mining, operating a high-grade underground gold and silver mine in northern Peru. Prior to PPX, Brian was the President, CEO and Director of Prodigy Gold Inc. where he guided the company through a period of expansive growth, culminating in the $341M acquisition of Prodigy Gold by Argonaut Gold in 2012. In 1982, Brian began a 16-year career with ASARCO Inc. exploring for gold and copper deposits in a variety of geologic environments throughout North and South America.
From 1998 and 2004, Brian was Project Manager for Metallic Ventures Gold Inc., supervising underground and surface exploration, mine development and operations at an underground gold mine in Nevada. In 2005, Brian joined Hochschild Mining PLC
and was involved in all aspects of the company’s North American exploration program, serving as the Exploration Manager for the US, Canada and Mexico. Brian is also the Managing Partner of KA Gold LLC, a private company with a portfolio of advanced gold-silver exploration projects in Nevada. Brian received his BA degree (Geology) from the California State University, Chico in 1980 and his MSc. degree (Economic Geology) from Colorado State University in 1983.


What recent news would you like to highlight to investors attending?

August 3, 2021
Lahontan Completes Over-Subscribed Private Placement and Prepares to Resume Drilling at Santa Fe and Moho.

June 23, 2021
Detailed Magnetic Survey Outlines Multiple Drill Targets at Santa Fe.

June 8, 2021
Lahontan Gold Corp Drills 189 Meters Grading 1.75 gpt Gold and 9.9 gpt Silver at Santa Fe.

March 16, 2021
Lahontan Gold Corp Begins Drilling and Aerial Magnetic Survey at Santa Fe.

March 10, 2021
Lahontan Gold Corp. Receives Drilling Permits for Santa Fe.


What are your key goals for the next 3, 6 and 12 months?

3 Months
Complete going Public. Complete Phase two of drilling at Santa Fe.

6 Months
Complete round one of drilling at Moho and complete maiden 43-101 at Santa Fe to release 1st quarter 2022.

12 Months
Resource expansion drilling at Santa Fe. Drill Pinnacle target and drill round one at Redlich.


What do you see as the key risks and challenges facing your company at the moment and how are you overcoming these?

Prompt return of assays, availability in drill rigs.


What do you think makes your company such a compelling investment?

Experienced management team that supports a strong technical team with a proven track record of Discovery – Jasperoide, Peru (Au/Cu); Eagle Mine, Yukon (Au); Magino, ON (Au); Sierra Aspera, Chile (Cu); Silver Bell, AZ (Cu)


Analyst Insight – provided by Independent Investment Research

Lahontan Gold is a private company that controls three gold and silver exploration projects in the heart of Nevada’s prolific Walker Lane.

The flagship asset comprises the 26 sq km Santa Fe Project, which is a past-producing open-pit gold and silver mine, where 420,000 ounces of gold and 2.8M ounces of silver were recovered from shallow oxide Carlin-style ore bodies.

Historic drilling shows that precious metal mineralization extends at depth and along strike from these open-pits. In addition, an extensive area of gold and silver mineralization within Tertiary volcanic rocks, defined by soil and rock chip samples, has never been tested by drilling. The company believes the Santa Fe Project has the potential to host a multi-million ounce gold resource.

The company’s other projects, Moho and Redlich, are drill-ready and have the potential to add additional gold and silver resources.

Firstly the Moho Project, where ground mag within the Moho Structural Corridor has defined a series of multiple en-echelon veins and fault breccias, with a strike length in excess of 2,500 metres. KA Gold drilled six core holes during 2018 for a total of 1,960 metres, generating multiple high-grade intercepts. Drilling to date has only tested a narrow vertical range and only one of the multiple vein systems. Data from underground sampling and drilling suggests potential grades of over 20 gpt Au Eq within thoroughly oxidized veins.

During 2019, a KA Gold exploration partner estimated resources of 600,000 oz Au Eq grading 9.3 gpt Au Eq, with the system unconstrained by drilling. Ultimate target potential is estimated in excess of 1M ounce Au Eq, with grades from 9 -15 gpt Au Eq. Permits are in place for immediate follow up drilling.

Secondly with respect to the Redlich Project, it is located in the Walker Lane about midway between Hawthorne and Tonopah, Nevada. Previous exploration defined a historic resource of 220,000 ounces Au Eq in Tertiary epithermal veins and stockwork.

Drilling during 2018 discovered a new style of mineralization, comprising thick zones of disseminated Au and Ag mineralization hosted by hydrothermal breccias. The new discovery is on strike with the Candelaria open-pit Ag mine and is completely untested.