Hi, the data mentioned in the question would all fall under the definition of derived variables or features. Users of Smartform create these features themselves, since:
a) There is an edge to be gained in the design of such features - one person's idea of a useful ratio is not the same as another, e.g if calculating trainer win ratio, do you take the winners to runners ratio over a trainer's lifetime, over the past year, over the past month? Do you calculate by race type, course type, by distance? Is it best to use winners or placed horses, or even percentage of field beaten?
b) The design of the derived features - or feature engineering - is itself a key part of the process of applying machine learning techniques such as Neural Networks, so there is an equal edge to be gained in using your own tested features as in the application of the model.
However, all the raw data is there in the database to enable you to do this. For a list of the "raw data" fields see:
Additionally, we recently published a table of derived features for runners data (including a ready made set of "ratios" that users can build upon themselves) to assist with machine learning use cases and provide users with a starting point to explore the creation of similar features for other dimensions (eg. jockey, trainer, sire, owner etc). See: