Thirteen of 54 stream sediment sites confirmed the presence of visible gold.
The company noted that the presence of visible gold panning is consistent along an interpreted 13-kilometre anomalous gold corridor.
Additionally, 14 rock chip samples taken from a traverse within the corridor have been collected for assaying.
"Another step closer in the process of narrowing down Ragged Range drill target selection, with visible gold again found in the stream sediment samples consistently along the 13-kilometre corridor of anomalous gold,” said Mick Billing, Thor executive chairman in a statement. "We look forward to the laboratory assays from this work."
Next steps at the project will include a further sampling programme focussed on priority targets, subject to the findings of geochemical analysis and the recently flown airborne magnetic survey.