Hathor Exploration Limited


Mar 29, 2010 09:45 ET
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwire – March 29, 2010) – Hathor Exploration Limited (TSX VENTURE:HAT) announces the first update, detailing 15 drill holes, for its 2010 winter drilling program on the Roughrider uranium deposit at its Midwest Northeast property in northern Saskatchewan. The Company is extremely pleased with the success of the on-going delineation drilling.

The 2010 winter drill program has two objectives: 1. Infill and fully delineate the Roughrider uranium deposit in order to increase the Initial Resource Model, and; 2. Follow-up on the 2009 discovery at Roughrider East, located 200 m east of the Roughrider uranium deposit, as shown in Figure 1 on the Company’s website at www.hathor.ca. Both objectives are returning positive results.

The winter drill program is ongoing, at the time of writing, 41 drill holes have been completed on the Roughrider uranium deposit for a total of approximately 13,000 metres, with up to ten additional holes to be completed by the anticipated demobilization at the end of March. This is in addition to some 12,000 metres already completed at Roughrider East, where drilling is also ongoing.

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