The Royal Stables are located on Väpnargatan 1 near the Royal Dramatic Theatre in the centre of Stockholm. The Swedish Royal Stables are unique with such a central location in a capital city.
Ulf Gunnehed is the Crown Equerry and Head of the Royal Stables. He is responsible for all transportation by car – and in other official ceremonies horse-drawn carriage – required by the Royal Court.
The Royal Stables are also an important representation of Swedish Cultural Heritage with its historically important carriage park, parade uniforms and harnesses. It is important that these are protected for the general public to enjoy now and in the future. This is the responsibility of the Crown Equerry.
The Riding Master, who manages the stables, the Head-Groom, the Jockeys and the Cavalry Coachmen all take care of the horses and prepare for processions in conjunction with state visits and other official occasions.
Staff of the Court at the Royal Stables handles all transportation bookings and related administrative errands. This involves coordinating and arranging transportation that involves the Royal Stables – for example state visits.
Four chauffeurs are at the Royal Family's service for official and private transportation.