We study a triplet spin valve obtained by intercalating a triplet superconductor spacer between two ferromagnetic regions with non-collinear magnetizations. We demonstrate that the magnetoresitance of the triplet spin valve depends on the relative orientations of the d-vector, characterizing the superconducting state, and the magnetization directions of the ferromagnetic layers. For devices characterized by a long superconductor, the Cooper pairs spintronics regime is reached allowing to observe the properties of a polarized current sustained by Cooper pairs only. In this regime a super-magnetoresistance effect emerges, and the chiral symmetry of the order parameter of the superconducting spacer is easily recognized. Our findings open new perspectives in designing devices based on the cooperative nature of ferromagnetic and triplet correlations in a spintronic framework.