Yale Adds Second Drill Ready Target to Urique Project 

VANCOUVER, BC - Yale Resources Ltd. reported the addition, by staking, of a key 180 hectare parcel of land in the core of the San Pedro Target of its Urique Project. Yale now controls all the ground covering the entire San Pedro Target, which was previously identified as one of the two most significant areas of alteration and mineralization within the wholly owned 281 sq km Urique Project, located in western Chihuahua State, Mexico.

San Pedro is host to multiple variably oriented veins that create a large scale stockwork. Local high grade results are highlighted by the following previously unreleased samples from the newly acquired ground: 137.5 g/t gold and 133.0 g/t silver over 0.25 metres; 28.30 g/t gold and 315.0 g/t silver from a panel sample measuring 2.0 by 3.0 metres; 30.80 g/t gold and 450.0 g/t silver over 0.70 metres. In addition to covering the continuation of the Sangre de Cristo deposit - an important historical gold mine - the San Pedro Target has discrete high grade gold veins and disseminated mineralization within the host rocks suggesting that the area has the potential to contain a bulk tonnage gold deposit. The strong argillic alteration of the host rocks has been interpreted to represent the upper portions of a high sulfidation deposit. Yale has taken in excess of 200 samples within the greater San Pedro area dating back to 2007, which lead to the Company to making this a priority acquisition.