The Gordon Elliott-trained five-year-old won the Mares' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival but will not be asked to return to England for the Grade One on Merseyside.
Gigginstown racing manager Eddie O'Leary told the Irish Independent: "Everything is fine with Apple's Jade but she's being kept for Ireland later in the season."
McManus' racing manager Frank Berry said: "We'll see (about Jezki), but the plan is for Buveur D'Air to run.
"Jezki is in the three-mile Liverpool Hurdle but there's a good chance he'll go in the Aintree Hurdle.
"(It is) more than likely Yanworth will run in the Liverpool Hurdle."
After having attracted just nine entries, the Aintree Hurdle has been reopened until 11am on Saturday.