Outcropping manganese has been mapped over a 300x300 metre area and assays from 12 rock chip samples revealed grades of up to 39.9% manganese.
Black Beauty is located 300 metres east of the Horseshoe North manganese mine and 1.5 kilometres north of the historical Horseshoe South manganese mine.
Bryah's managing director Neil Marston said: “The Black Beauty Prospect is immediately adjacent to the historic Horseshoe North and Horseshoe South manganese mines and represents a similar
target to the Brumby Creek and Cheval Prospects.
"Bryah’s continued success in identifying manganese prospects gives us great confidence in our strategy to prove up sufficient manganese resources to commence mining operations in the near term and, confirms the manganese potential of the Horseshoe Range.”
Black Beautiy added to drill permitting list
Black Beauty and the recently identified Cheval Prospect are both untested by drilling and required drilling permits are being progressed as soon as possible.
Furthermore, drill results from a second phase of drilling completed in early July are due to be reported later this month.
This followed the first phase of drill results from the Brumby Creek, Horseshoe South and Devils Hill prospects, where results featured 15 metres at 26.2% manganese.
Proactive caught up with the company in early July 2019 to discuss the phase one results.