The explorer has also collected a number geochemical samples from the surface of Luna/Quicksilver and at Gemuk, another of its three projects in the Tintina Gold Province.
Riversgold will mobilise a helicopter-portable diamond drill at Luna/Quicksilver in late July and August to drill-test various targets at the site for the first time.
The company said its three Tintina province projects had only been “sporadically explored” and only the Kisa project had been drilled.
Riversgold has received high-grade results from rock chips, including 64.7 g/t gold at Luna target; 1.2% copper and 90 g/t gold at Luna East; 1.237 g/t at Quicksilver; 100 g/t at Gemuk Mountain; and 8 g/t at Kisa.
The company debuted on the Australian Securities Exchange in October and also has a number of gold exploration projects in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia and the Gawler Craton of South Australia.
Riversgold has applications pending for tenements in Cambodia, near the 1 million-ounce Okvau gold deposit.