SOURCE: Toro Ventures, Inc.

June 05, 2008 16:00 ET

Toro Ventures, Inc. (OTCBB: TORO) Has Commenced Completion Operations on the Quinlan #3 Well and Should Have Results On or Before the Middle of Next Week

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwire - June 5, 2008) - Toro Ventures, Inc. (OTCBB: TORO) has been informed by Nitro Petroleum Inc., the operator of the Quinlan #3 Lease, that it has commenced completion operations on the Quinlan #3 Well. The well was logged and passed through numerous formations which included the Misener Sandstone, Hunton Limestone, Viola Limestone and the Simpson Dolomite. We will be open hole testing the first Wilcox Sand on or before Friday, June 6th and Toro should have results on or before the middle of next week.

The Quinlan Lease is located in the Hunton Limestone formation and this is considered to be one of the best producing formations in Oklahoma. The region has produced in excess of 5.8 million barrels of Oil to date, with value of over $626 Million USD.

Logged results show that the Hunton Limestone formation was by far the best showing zone, as evidenced by the zone's sample fluorescence and heavy oil odor. The Hunton Limestone formation begins from 4,610 feet to 4,628 feet, translating to 18 feet of pay.

The subsequent zone of interest is the Viola Limestone formation. The Viola Limestone formation begins from 4,724 feet to 4,772 feet, translating to 48 feet of pay.

The geologist is evaluating all the log information on the well and the operator of the Quinlan #3 Lease has elected to set pipe. We will be open hole completing the First Wilcox sand in the Quinlan #3. We expect initial flow rates shortly thereafter.

Frederick Graham, President & CEO of Toro Ventures, Inc., comments, "The findings on the Quinlan #3 Lease confirm our expectations. The Company will continue to work diligently to meet its project deadlines. The Company will be keeping shareholders advised of all completion results of the Quinlan #3."

Toro Ventures, Inc. has moved aggressively into the oil and natural gas exploration business. Oil and gas prices are at high levels due to increased world energy demands and supply shortfalls. These higher prices should enable smaller and faster moving companies like Toro Ventures to be aggressive in acquiring further opportunities within the sector.

More information on will be made available on Toro's corporate website,

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    Toro Ventures, Inc.
    Investor Relations
    CEO and President
    Frederick Graham