Outcrop Silver & Gold Corporation announced results from reconnaissance prospecting that expands the Santa Ana vein system 2.4 kilometres from the southern extent of current drilling. The most recent area of sampling is the Espiritu Santo target. Espiritu Santo appears to align with the historic mining areas of Mina Christo and Frias, 2.4 kilometres and 10 kilometres respectively from the central area of Santa Ana colonial mining. A new target Espiritu Santo is 1,100 metres south of Outcrop's San Antonio discovery. Mina Christo is 1,300 metres south of Espiritu Santo extending the Santa Ana vein system 2.4 kilometres in total. The Santa Ana vein system may continue another 8 kilometres south from Mina Christo to the 100% Outcrop-owned Frias mine. Frias has a reported historic production of ten million ounces of silver. Outcropping veins in Espiritu Santo are up to 2.8 metres wide. Mineralized boulders in the area include veins up to 4 metres thick. Multiple caved workings suggest Spanish colonial mining also occurred in Espiritu Santo. Espiritu Santo is 1,100 metres south of the San Antonio discovery and appears to connect the east side of the Santa Ana vein system with Mina Christo another 1,300 metres further south where mineralized veins have been observed by Outcrop geologists. Espiritu Santo shows several outcropping veins ranging from 0.6 to 2.8 metres wide and areas of float that include vein boulders up to 4 metres wide. Samples in the area range from 128 to 5,643 g eq Ag/t. The veins are sub vertical and trend northeast and can be traced for over 100 metres. Several caved mine workings suggest Spanish colonial mining was conducted in the area. The veins commonly show clots and bands of pyrite, sphalerite, and galena, similar in habit and character to that seen in Outcrop's discoveries 1.1 kilometres to the north. The aligned outcropping high-grade veins will provide drill targets with little additional work, but the vein will be traced by soils and trenching. Mina Christo has been mapped by Outcrop and shows a package of grouped veins from 0.2 to 0.7 metres wide with apparent low-angle veins ramping between high-angle veins. Samples for Mina Christo reported by the government agency Ingeominas in 1975 show gold values to 45 g Au/t and silver values to 2,576 g Ag/t but details of the sampling are not provided. Sampling that Outcrop has received from a third party showed twelve samples in the Mina Christo area that assayed from 500 to 5,242 g Ag/t.