Biography & Net Worth: Joe Beaver: Roping, Son, Wife, Nationality

Joe Beaver: Roping, Son, Wife, Nationality

Joe Beaver aspired to be a professional rodeo cowboy since he was a child. Beaver, who was born on October 13, 1965, in Victoria, Texas, started roping goats from the back of a Shetland pony in his family’s practise corral when he was five years old. Beaver began making waves in the roping world by the age of 15.

Joe Beaver: Roping, Son, Wife, Nationality

Joe Beaver began swinging a rope when he was just a toddler in that small white cottage in Victoria, Texas, and by the age of four, he was roping goats from a Shetland pony.


Bonnie, his mother, took him to roughly ten rodeos when he was eight years old. He went to a rodeo every weekend when he was nine years old. He left youth rodeo for the wolves den of the open ropings when he was 15 years old.

At the age of 20, he was named the Calf Roping Rookie of the Year AND the World Champion a half-decade later, at the age of 20. In 1987 and 1988, he won back-to-back World Championships in Calf Roping. Beaver also won gold medals at the 1988 Olympic Rodeo in Calgary.

Beaver had a good decade in the 1990s as well, winning the Calf Roping World Championship two more times in 1992 and 1993. Then, in 1995, he won the All-Around World Championship, which set a new standard. He didn’t rest on his laurels, and in 1996 he was crowned World Champion All-Around Cowboy once more. At the turn of the century, at the age of 35, he won the 2000 World Champion All-Around title for the second time.


On August 24, 2011, Joe Beaver, an eight-time World Champion Cowboy, and his wife, Jenna, lost their only child.

Broody died while he was just 20 years old. And a self-inflicted gunshot was reported as the cause of death, although this has not been confirmed.

He had just recently begun his career as a cutting horse rider, and he had yet to win. At this point, he would have been a fantastic cutting champion.

He is described by his broody buddies as a fun-loving person who is always seeking for ways to make others happy.


Jenna, Joe’s wife, was a barrel racer and the proprietor of Huntsville, Texas’ Frameworks and Art Gallery. Joseph Broderick Beaver, often known as Broody, was his son from his first marriage.

Joe Beaver wife

Broody was like his father’s shadow. He earned the cutting horse title at the National High Schol Finals Rodeo in 2009 after graduating from Huntsville High School.


His nationality is American from Victoria, Texas. Joe Beaver is another well-known Cherokee roper. He’s an eight-time world champion who’s started a diabetes-fighting fund-raising effort at Indian rodeos, akin to the “Tough Enough To Wear Pink” breast-cancer awareness campaign.