THE Macau Canidrome's new superstar looks set to grab the headlines in the main event on the special Australian Night card at the course tonight. Brilliant black-and-white bitch Woodcock Hunting is looking for her third successive trophy when she steps out in the final of the South China Morning Post Cup - the 10th event on tonight's glamour card. Woodcock Hunting burst into the limelight by winning the rich Carlsberg Derby in late August and followed up with a solid success in the mid-Autumn Cup two weeks ago. And tonight, in the $30,000 Post Cup, she seems to have the eight-dog field at her mercy. Her last four starts have resulted in crushing victories, all achieved at odds-on although she went in last time at a shade under even money. Woodcock Hunting is taken to win the Post Cup from wide-running Faithful Heart with Bura Sofa the other main chance. Canidrome figures last weekend were excellent and held up during the Tuesday and Thursday meetings. ''It does look as if we are on a bit of a roll at the moment and that is obviously very pleasing,'' said chief manager Danny Osmund. The Australian Night follows on from highly successful previous ventures. St Patrick's Night kicked off the series some years back and has remained popular. There is also a well-supported Scottish Night and, rightly, the management felt it was time to give the Aussies a go. And they can expect a big turnout, headed by the Australian deputy consul in Hong Kong, Gareth Hunt, and trade commissioner Bob Jennings. Said kennel chief Brian Murphy: ''We have had a fine response for our Australian Night idea and I am sure it will be as big a success as the other two.''