Clay Cooper has enjoyed a thirty-year career in professional rodeo during which he has earned seven world championship titles. With over two million dollars in career earnings Clay remains in the top ten of the PRCA Career Earnings Leaders. Clay has won every major event in team roping and is considered by most to be the greatest heeler of all time. Clay was inducted to Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame in 1997 and is a model and inspiration for thousands of ropers.
Clay is a Christian cowboy that has been a speaker for 20 years in cowboy churches and rodeo camps. He currently resides in Gardnerville, Nevada where he goes to LifePoint Church.
As a child, Clay was a successful actor with his first role in The Cowboys, with John Wayne, at the age of nine. He went on to act in a number of movies and television shows before leaving the profession to pursue his dream of a world championship.