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Disclosure
Forward Looking Statements
This presentation contains forward-looking statements and factual information that a...
Key Points


1. New asset in Mexico: Tajitos Gold Project

2. Drill results, cross sections and future of Sugarloaf
  Peak...
Hybrid Business Model

Drill Discoverer: Riverside’s
“gas engine”, focuses on
making major discoveries
through targeted dr...
Share Structure
   Issued                                             21,855,080
   Fully Diluted                         ...
RRI 52 Week Cash On Hand




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Dedicated Management Team
John-Mark Staude, President & CEO of Riverside Resources Inc.,                                  ...
Directors and Advisors to the Board

             Board of Directors                     Advisors to the Board


        J...
Stable Jurisdiction
                Arizona gold mines:
                Producing
                •Mission Complex – Open ...
Kinross Exploration Alliance
•Riverside has entered into a two
year Exploration Alliance with Kinross
Gold Corporation
•Fo...
Active Projects
Sugarloaf Peak Au Project                   Tajitos Au Project




      Cerro Azul Cu Project         Pen...
Optioned Properties
Libertad Au Project                                  Ventosa Au Project




Optioned to Geologix      ...
Tajitos Gold Project
• Greater than 58 km2 Tajitos Gold Project is
  located in Sonora, Mexico – option for 100%
  RRI

• ...
Tajitos Gold Project

                              Project has three drill
                              targets and prev...
Tajitos Gold Project




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Sugarloaf Peak Gold Project


                 •   Drill program confirmed presence of
                     low grade gold...
Sugarloaf Peak Drill Program




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Sugarloaf Peak Drill Program
                 •Riverside completed five angled diamond drill
                 holes on the...
Sugarloaf Peak Drill Program




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Similar Producing Mines in
                Sonora, Mexico and California




                 El Chanate   Herradura   Mes...
Mexico Potential- Herradura Mine




Riverside’s goal in Mexico is to discover large open pittable gold deposits
similar t...
Catalysts – What is next.
  1. Tajitos exploration results
  2. Sugarloaf Peak Gold Project (Arizona): Advancement
  3. Pr...
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  1. 1. TM TSX.V: RRI TSX.V: RRI 1 www.rivres.com www.rivres.com c
  2. 2. Disclosure Forward Looking Statements This presentation contains forward-looking statements and factual information that are current as of the date the presentation was originally delivered. Riverside Resources Inc. disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. Forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements with respect to the timing and amount of estimated future exploration, success of exploration activities, expenditures, permitting, and requirements for additional capital and access to data. Forward looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the forward looking statements. Such factors include, among others, risks related to actual results of current exploration activities; changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined; the ability to enter into joint ventures or to acquire or dispose of properties; future prices of mineral resources; accidents, labor disputes and other risks of the mining industry; ability to obtain financing; and delays in obtaining governmental approvals of financing. 43-101 Historic Estimate Disclosure The quoted historical estimates of resources for Sugarloaf Peak were prepared prior to the implementation of NI 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“43-101”) and are not compliant with 43-101. These resource estimates were reported in N.R. Dausinger Jr, 1983 and N.R. Dausinger Jr., 1987 using a polygonal estimate of all drill holes that had gold assays. Riverside is not aware of any subsequent resource estimations and it has not yet completed sufficient work to calculate a 43-101 compliant resource. Riverside has had prepared a 43-101 Technical Report on the Sugarloaf Peak Project (see the Goldsmith Report dated November 27, 2008 filed on www.sedar.com), which describes the non 43-101 compliant historic resource estimates by Dausinger, including (a) 100 million tons at ~ 0.5 g/t gold average grade for a total of 1.5 million ounces gold from shallow drilling averaging less than 130m depth and (b) 60 million tons of ~ 0.6 g/t average grade for a total of 1.2 million ounces gold with mineralization open to depth and along strike. The historic estimates use categories other than the CIM definitions prescribed by 43-101 but they are based on calculations of tons, cut-off grade and average grade at various levels of confidence, which is consistent with the CIM definitions. Riverside considers the historic estimates to be roughly equivalent to the CIM defined inferred resource category level of certainty, reliable based on the data available at the time, and relevant for the volume of mineralization drilled at that time. Riverside cautions the reader that (i) a 43-101 qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves, (ii) it is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves as defined in sections 1.2 and 1.3 of 43-101, and (iii) these historical estimates should not be relied upon. TSX.V: RRI 2 www.rivres.com
  3. 3. Key Points 1. New asset in Mexico: Tajitos Gold Project 2. Drill results, cross sections and future of Sugarloaf Peak 3. Successfully operated joint venture model 4. Plans for 2010 5. Catalysts, what is coming next for RRI TSX.V: RRI 3 www.rivres.com
  4. 4. Hybrid Business Model Drill Discoverer: Riverside’s “gas engine”, focuses on making major discoveries through targeted drill programs Prospect Generator: Hybrid Engine Riverside’s “electric engine” generates cash through property acquisition and partnerships TSX.V: RRI 4 www.rivres.com
  5. 5. Share Structure Issued 21,855,080 Fully Diluted 30,407,660 Cash on hand $2,900,000 Fully Diluted Cash $10,000,000 Kinross Exploration Alliance $800,000USD - over 2 years Management Rule Family Trust Global N.R. Kinross Gold Holdings Corporation Shares 9.4% 9.9% 3.8% 5.7% Warrants Exercised 16.7% 7.2% TSX.V: RRI 5 www.rivres.com
  6. 6. RRI 52 Week Cash On Hand TSX.V: RRI 6 6 www.rivres.com
  7. 7. Dedicated Management Team John-Mark Staude, President & CEO of Riverside Resources Inc., holds a Ph.D. in economic geology and has over 20 years of diverse mining and exploration experience in precious and base metals. He earned a Masters of Science from Harvard University in 1989 and a Ph.D. in economic geology from the University of Arizona in 1995. Mr. Staude held positions of increasing responsibility with a number of major international mining companies including Kennecott, BHP-Billiton, and most recently Teck Cominco. He also worked with smaller commodity-focused companies like Magma Copper Company and consulted to private investment groups. Mr. Staude's extensive Latin America mineral resource experience began in Mexico and then extended through South America. Rob Scott, CFO of Riverside Resources Inc., has over 12 years of professional experience in the areas of corporate finance, accounting, and merchant and commercial banking. He is a C.A., a CFA Charterholder and earned a B.Sc. from the University of British Columbia. Mr. Scott has served as the Chief Financial Officer of Riverside Resources Inc. since March 2007 and prior to that, Mr. Scott worked at a private Vancouver-based merchant bank and a major Canadian bank in its commercial banking division and merchant banking subsidiary. Andrew Daniels, VP Exploration of Riverside Resources Inc., is an accomplished Professional Geologist with over twenty four years of international mining and exploration experience. He has held senior level positions in both open pit and underground mines, supervising large-scale exploration and development programs with various respected mining companies including WMC, Anglo American, Minorco and Kilborn SNC-Lavalin as well as successfully operated an independent consulting service for the past 8 years. Miguel A Heredia, Mexico Manager for Riverside Resources Inc., graduated from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico and has over 20 years of mining exploration experience in precious and base metals. He managed exploration for BHP and Penoles in a variety of geological environments in Mexico, North America and Central America. Between 1995 and 1999 he worked for BHP where he held the position of Senior Project Geologist. He has worked on some world-class deposits, including the Fresnillo and San Martin-Sabinas districts and has participated actively in the acquisition of other high-quality properties. TSX.V: RRI 7 7 www.rivres.com
  8. 8. Directors and Advisors to the Board Board of Directors Advisors to the Board John-Mark Staude James Clare Ph.D. Brent Cook LLC, B.A., B.Sc. CEO, President, Director Director Brian Groves, Michael Doggett Alan Carter Director Ph.D., Ph.D. Director Murray Seitz Buck Morrow Director P.Eng. TSX.V: RRI TSX-V: RRI 8 www.rivres.com
  9. 9. Stable Jurisdiction Arizona gold mines: Producing •Mission Complex – Open Pit/ Underground •Pinto Valley Operation – Open Pit Past Production •Copperstone Mine- Underground •Iron King – Underground •Harquahala-Bonanza-Golden Eagle - Underground •Sheep Trail Mine Mexico: Producing open pit gold mines in Durango and Sonora State, Mexico: •Alamos Dorado •Cananea •Cerro Colorado/ Laramide Mexico •La Caridad •La Herradura •Salamandra/ Mulatos Mine RIVERSIDE HAS COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE WITH PROPRIETARY MINERAL DATABASE TSX.V: RRI 9 www.rivres.com
  10. 10. Kinross Exploration Alliance •Riverside has entered into a two year Exploration Alliance with Kinross Gold Corporation •Focused only on potential gold properties in the Mesa Central Region of Mexico that are not controlled by Riverside or Kinross •Kinross has committed US$400,000/ yr for 2 years •Direct investment into identification and exploration programs for mineral properties in Mexico. Maravillas Gold •Alliance recognizes Riverside’s Project historic work, proprietary database • 340 km² concession and current work programs in •First project acquired in the Mesa Central Region Mexico. since announcement of Exploration Alliance TSX.V: RRI 10 www.rivres.com
  11. 11. Active Projects Sugarloaf Peak Au Project Tajitos Au Project Cerro Azul Cu Project Penoles Au-Ag Project TSX.V: RRI 11 www.rivres.com
  12. 12. Optioned Properties Libertad Au Project Ventosa Au Project Optioned to Geologix Optioned to Arcus Explorations Inc. Chapalota Au Project Development Group Inc. Optioned to Arcus Development Group Inc. TSX.V: RRI 12 www.rivres.com
  13. 13. Tajitos Gold Project • Greater than 58 km2 Tajitos Gold Project is located in Sonora, Mexico – option for 100% RRI • ~ 50,000 ounces of high grade gold produced • Recent drilling by Penmont found mineralization in and extending beyond vein controls • Mineralization style and host lithologies similar to the Herradura Mine (Minera Penmont) and the El Chanate Mine (Capital Gold) both of which are within 100 km of the Tajitos Project and are accessed by the same paved interstate highway and other infrastructure. TSX.V: RRI 13 www.rivres.com
  14. 14. Tajitos Gold Project Project has three drill targets and previous mining TSX.V: RRI 14 www.rivres.com
  15. 15. Tajitos Gold Project TSX.V: RRI 15 www.rivres.com
  16. 16. Sugarloaf Peak Gold Project • Drill program confirmed presence of low grade gold body to a depth at least double the historic drill data. • NI43-101 report identified potential historic resource of 1.2 million ounces of 0.6 g/t gold average grade (non NI43-101 compliant) • Large, shallow, open pit gold body open at depth with extensive upside laterally and strong structural feeders • Located in mining friendly jurisdiction with good infrastructure. TSX.V: RRI 16 www.rivres.com
  17. 17. Sugarloaf Peak Drill Program TSX.V: RRI 17 www.rivres.com
  18. 18. Sugarloaf Peak Drill Program •Riverside completed five angled diamond drill holes on the property for a total of 1,125 metres to a maximum true depth of over 200 metres in any one hole. • All five drill holes confirmed the presence of an extensive mineralized gold system with gold mineralization from the top to bottom of the holes •The mineralization appears to be controlled geologically by both shallow and steeply dipping structures and quartz stockwork veining •The drill program targeted mineralization that is associated with the geologic models found at the Herradura Mine (Newmont Mining Corp. Industrias Penoles), Mesquite Mine (New Gold Inc.), and El Chanate Mine (Capital Gold Corporation). TSX.V: RRI 18 www.rivres.com
  19. 19. Sugarloaf Peak Drill Program TSX.V: RRI 19 www.rivres.com
  20. 20. Similar Producing Mines in Sonora, Mexico and California El Chanate Herradura Mesquite Sugarloaf Grade Au g/t: 0.69 0.79 0.51 0.6 Million Tons: 29.8 140 201.9 60 Million Oz.: 0.66 3.16 3.60 1.2 Avg. Recovery: 67% N/A 76% (oxide) N/A 40% (non-oxide) Cash cost per ounce: $366 <$200 $573 N/A TSX.V: RRI 20 www.rivres.com
  21. 21. Mexico Potential- Herradura Mine Riverside’s goal in Mexico is to discover large open pittable gold deposits similar to the Herradura Mine (operated by Newmont/ Penoles) TSX.V: RRI 21 www.rivres.com
  22. 22. Catalysts – What is next. 1. Tajitos exploration results 2. Sugarloaf Peak Gold Project (Arizona): Advancement 3. Project acquisitions in Mexico 4. Partnerships on our projects in Mexico Penoles Gold- Cerro Azul Silver Project Copper Project 5. Exploration Results from partners in Mexico: Maravillas Gold Project Libertad Gold Project Chapalota Gold Project (Kinross Alliance) (Geologix) (Arcus Development) TSX.V: RRI 22 www.rivres.com
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