1. As a child, not sure how little, riding a horse in a private lesson, horse spooked, bolted, I hit the ground. Wasn't badly hurt or even badly bruised (that I can remember) but certainly scared me.
2. Riding a leased horse (a super slow, slightly dull dun QH gelding named Boomer) on trails when the two horses in front of us spooked after crossing a small ditch. Instead of following them over the ditch, he spun around and knocked me in the dirt. I probably wasn't paying enough attention- in fact, all I remember from that fall was seeing a deer up ahead on trails. I never claimed I was smart... No real injuries.
3&4. Same horse, Boomer, riding in our indoor arena during a lesson when the horses outside started running around, play-fighting and creating a general ruckus. He spooked/bolted and I hit the dirt once again. Wind knocked out of me, slightly bruised, but mostly just frustrated with the horse.
5. Trying to trot my then-leased (now owned) horse (Rainy, fiery bay Appendix mare) over a cavaletti, she flipped out for no apparent reason (later my instructor was checking out her saddle, girth, etc. discovered she was hurting in her back, and probably was fed up of the saddle hitting her in the wrong spots. Different saddle fit, plus a little time off to recover and she was fine), reared up and I slid off. Bruised my tail bone pretty good.
6. Got my own saddle for Christmas, a nice Wintec. Went to ride in it (after fitting it to Rainy, natch) only to have the saddle slide underneath her belly when cantering. Fun stuff. Learned that Wintec girths do not suit me, or my horse. Wasn't hurt, just a little embarrassed (riding with friends) and upset that my new girth was a POS.
7. Rainy spooked on trails, probably at a deer. I was not paying full attention and she spun and bolted, ditching me in the weeds. Luckily she stopped a few yards away to munch on the grass. Not hurt.
8. Riding outside, enjoying some nice weather after a rain shower the day before. Outdoor arena seemed dry enough, so I went for it. While cantering, we rounded a corner. Rainy's back legs slid out from underneath, then she tripped in front and I was flung over her shoulder. She came down on me for a couple seconds, then jumped up and trotted off. Somehow neither of us were hurt.
9. Another girth slide, completely my fault as I didn't check it after tacking up. Stupid me. Not hurt.
9 falls in 9 years of riding. Though I've had some stupid on the ground accidents too.