There are dozens of lists like this on the internet, but I found another one that was pretty good:
Everyone's Most Hated Fantasy Clichés from Obsidian Bookshelf
I mostly agree with the items on the list. I'm quite tired of the hero's journey of the farm boy who becomes king. This is what turned me off of David Eddings; even though his books are up to 30 years old now, I read The Belgariad a couple of years ago and I swear, it contained so many of the things I hate (special boy, prophecy, made-up religion where the gods are important to the story, etc.) that I'm never going back.
I also hate dreams, prophecies, and dragons. (I'd add a subcategory to dragons -- I hate dragons that may have been in charge at one time, but have now all but died out. Maybe they're making a comeback, maybe not. Robin Hobb, George R.R. Martin, and Daniel Abraham are all guilty of this.)
And names. I also can't stand unpronounceable names, names with the letter "y" substituted for most other vowels, names with too many umlauts or other accent marks, and names with apostrophes.
I totally agree that prologues are unnecessary almost all the time. Robert Jordan seemed to have really long ones that properly should have been divided into chapters and included as part of the main story. Other writers -- especially new ones -- really do like the infodumps. Or scenes among the gods in prologues -- I hate those, too.
I'm going to diverge slightly from the list and say that while I guess it's OK for Tolkien to use a glowing sword, Elizabeth Moon doesn't get a pass. I don't actually like her books all that much. I think they're often quite boring (who gets to dig the "jacks" again?). A glowing sword doesn't make it any more exciting.
Also, my personal gripe with rape in fantasy novels is not what's on the list I link to, but that it doesn't seem at all realistic. Female characters get over it promptly (Paks from Elizabeth Moon's books is magically healed, Josey from Jon Sprunk's books jumps into bed with Caim a couple of days later,etc.). There are few lasting effects. Well, I guess Lena in the Thomas Covenant books is an exception, that's actually handled appropriately.
I've never seen the "magic baby" in a book. Not exactly, anyway. Blessing in the Crown of Stars books grows up really fast, but that's the closest I've seen to this trope. I guess I just haven't been reading the same things the people who responded to the inquiry that generated this list, have been reading.