Tuf Cooper and his wife, Tiffany McGhan, have been married for over 5 years.
After four years of marriage, they welcomed a baby girl named Tru Fashion Cooper.
Tuf Cooper hails from an unparalleled family lineage within the cowboy community.
On February 22, 2013, three weeks after celebrating his 23rd birthday, he became the youngest cowboy to amass over $1 million in career earnings.
According to Pro Rodeo, Cooper boasts an impressive record, clinching 4 World Titles, 2 Wrangler NFR Average Titles, and 14 Wrangler NFR Qualifications.
His career earnings currently total $3,207,220, and he secured the 12th position in the 2022 world standings and the 15th spot in the 2022 Wrangler MFR standings.
Wife Tiffany Cooper And Baby
Tuf Cooper is happily married to Tiffany. The couple first crossed paths through mutual friends in 2011.
They embarked on their initial date, a doubleheader featuring a Texas Rangers baseball game followed by a Dallas Cowboys football game.
Their engagement took a public spotlight, occurring during a televised awards ceremony.
Tuf seized the moment by proposing on stage when he clinched his all-around championship in Vegas in 2017.
Despite being together for nearly seven years, the couple had discreetly kept their relationship private.
They officially tied the knot in December 2018 at River Ranch Stockyards in Fort Worth.
In September 2022, their joy expanded with the arrival of a baby girl, Tru Fashion Cooper.
Currently, Tuf and Tiffany are relishing precious moments at home with their daughter.
Tiffany is the creator of the Western fashion blog Fashion Posse, which passionately promotes Western fashion trends, diversity, and body positivity across her social media platforms.
Her coverage extends to rodeos nationwide, showcasing the best in current and classic trends.
Parents: Roy Cooper & Shari Smith Cooper
Tuf Cooper emerged into the rodeo world with a lineage steeped in greatness.
Born to Shari Cooper and Roy “Super Looper” Cooper, his father, a remarkable figure, holds a position in the ProRodeo Hall of Fame and boasts an impressive eight-time world champion title.
The rodeo legacy extends to Tuf’s siblings as well.
In a remarkable feat in 2010, Tuf, Clif, and Clint became the first trio of brothers to simultaneously qualify for the Wrangler NFR in tie-down roping, a feat they repeated in 2011.
The family’s commitment to rodeo excellence doesn’t end there.
Tuf’s sister, Shada, has also graced Rodeo’s Super Bowl, and she is married to the 24-time World Champion, Trevor Brazile.
Furthermore, Tuf’s grandfather, Clifton Smith, left his mark as an NFR tie-down roper in 1960 and 1962.
Similarly, his uncle, Stran Smith, was a 10-time NFR qualifier and the 2008 world champion.
For the Coopers, winning is not just a personal achievement—it’s a family tradition.