News About: Marlon Dolendo

First Trial For Undisputed Comeback King

First Trial For Undisputed Comeback King

1 Feb, 2012

Peter Robl started the comeback story when he returned from a 12 month suspension, then it was Blake Shinn along the same lines with Glen Boss and Damien Oliver to follow after surgeries.

None of them though have a story quite like that of Marlon Dolendo.

Dolendo has been a jockey for over two decades …

Boss Given The All Clear For 2012

Boss Given The All Clear For 2012

20 Dec, 2011

Glen Boss appears on track to meet his self imposed deadline of returning to the racecourse in the first week of January.

Boss made it clear he wanted to be back in action from the very start of 2012 as he looks to move on from a disastrous end to 2011.

Doctor’s have given him …

Marlon Dolendo On Verge Of Incredible Return

Marlon Dolendo On Verge Of Incredible Return

7 Dec, 2011

You may have been impressed earlier in the week when we told you how quickly Glen Boss was recovering from surgery but that’s nothing on the effort of Marlon Dolendo.

In fact the Port Macquarie based rider may be back at the same time Bossy gets back in the saddle, albeit after a very different …

Port Macquarie Jockey Awaits Life Saving Kidney Transplant

Port Macquarie Jockey Awaits Life Saving Kidney Transplant

9 Aug, 2011

Port Macquarie jockey Marlon Dolendo is hopeful that he will undergo a much needed kidney transplant later this month.

The 38-year-old father-of-three’s health deteriorated last December after he suddenly had difficulty breathing after each race.

Doctors soon discovered that Dolendo’s kidneys were both working at levels that were below 10 per cent of their normal …

Seriously Ill Dolendo Saved By Sister

Seriously Ill Dolendo Saved By Sister

22 Jun, 2011

Horse racing was the furthest thing from Marlon Dolendo’s mind at the end of last year when the former New South Wales based rider faced the very real possibility of dying.

He suffered virtual kidney failure in December of last year and they had an operational capacity of around 10 percent.

Dolendo’s only hope of …